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    As far as the bugnet, I need something to completey cover my backside and any amount of weight or fiddling is worth it in that regard
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    the eno straps are nylon which will stretch. Polyesther is what most ppl use and it will not stretch noticably.

    Polyesther webbing or whoopie slings have far more adjustablility to the point of being infinatly adjustable.
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    gotcher, so coming from using mil. 550 chord I'd probably still consider it an upgrade then huh? haha. Didn't realize people were using poly webbing, didn't even know about the stuff.
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    check out the suspension forums there are lots of different solutions that you may find better then the eno slap straps.
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    interesting bug net ideas

    Enjoyed reading and looking at the ideas for bug nets. I'm leaning toward the one that hangs loose alongside with rock pockets in a previous thread.

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    That is a fantastic job.
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    Nice work. I've been wanting to do something similar. How did you incorporate the net with the ridgeline? Did you just leave a space in your seam for the line to run through?

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    Glad someone dug this thread up! That is the best mod I've seen anyone do to an eno yet. Got the wheels turning for sure

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    How long is your ridgeline?

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    Btw its a beautiful set up. I have a dn i am trying to do the same .

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