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    Senior Member Pak-Man's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nojack View Post
    I will post some new pictures. After the whip tightened up, I had ample room to make adjustments of the whoopie. I was really looking for some reassurance of the amount of whipping.

    Do you happen to have any pics of your mod?

    NO pics and it would take me a while to get some, but mine looked like yours and it has held me at 220 many times.
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    I had the same problem with my Hennessy when i got my AHE slings. But I just tried to copy the same number of wraps as the original whipping and it has held up so far. after a few hangs it is probably lot tighter now.

    Mine looked just like the picture of the wipping that someone posted on the thread.

    I was suprized how quick I was able to otfit my hammock with the slings.

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    I have the Whoopieslings.net 10ft slings on my Hennessy ultralight backpacker, he has a video on how to properly install them.

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