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    Senior Member Otis_Hiker's Avatar
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    HH Exped. Asym
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    Another vote for the dutch biner...creates the necessary water break, and is the easiest setup I've dealt with when it comes to setting up my hammock
    Trailname - Knox
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  2. #12
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    May 2008
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    Bayview Township
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    WB Blackbird & Traveler
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    MC SpinntexDeLux
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    MW3,Yeti,HGsb,UL90
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    WS
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    Quote Originally Posted by tbctx View Post
    If you set your whoopie so that the "Tail" is under the tarp the tail itself becomes a drip line.
    The simplest, lightest effective solution. Switched the WS from Amsteel to the even thinner, lighter DynaGlide. The tail still does its job as a drip strip.
    Noel V.

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    Dec 2009
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    Yorkshire, UK
    Hammock
    WBBB 1.1SL/UKHamm
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    HG Cuben 4S/CamoSF
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    UKHamm/HG/Unspon
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    WhoopieDutchness
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    I have a 12" continuous loop on my BB which then goes to one of Paul ally rings, I then larkshead my whoopie onto the ring

  4. #14
    Senior Member tomsawyer222's Avatar
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    ladson SC
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    Custom dragon
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    Custom made cuben
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    custom peapod
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    Whoopie sling
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    just use something you already have in your pack like tie a bandana around each line under your tarp or a sock instead of bring anything extra

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