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    Traveler ridgeline

    I've had my Traveler for quite awhile now and just noticed this. The RL doesn't go thru the fabric bunch like on my BB. Its simply larksheaded to the small amsteel loops the buckles connect to. Are they all like this?
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    Ditto for mine.
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    Ditto on mine

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    And it is so Thanks guys!
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    Oops. I replaced the stock Amsteel suspension line with DynaGlide WS and ran the ridgeline like how it is on the WBBB. 3 nights use and no problem yet. This shouldn't be problem?

    Was going to replace the ridgeline with DynaGlide but then noticed on the recently acquired Traveler that the line is a thinner than on my 1st gen WBBB.

    Side note: My butt finally hit the ground. Setting up under an almost full moon the mossies found me. In my rush to get in sitting down I proceeded to place my butt too far in and flipped in landing on the bottomside. A few mosquitoes took advantage of my situation.
    Last edited by koaloha05; 08-30-2010 at 18:34.
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    Quote Originally Posted by koaloha05 View Post
    Oops. I replaced the stock Amsteel suspension line with DynaGlide WS and ran the ridgeline like how it is on the WBBB. 3 nights use and no problem yet. This shouldn't be problem?

    Was going to replace the ridgeline with DynaGlide but then noticed on the recently acquired Traveler that the line is a thinner than on my 1st gen WBBB.

    Side note: My butt finally hit the ground. Setting up under an almost full moon the mossies found me. In my rush to get in sitting down I proceeded to place my butt too far in and flipped in landing on the bottomside. A few mosquitoes took advantage of my situation.
    I don't see how it could cause any problems.
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