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    Side Tie outs?

    Has anyone modded their DN for side tie-outs?

    If so how did you do it? Put them at the top of the side or down the side a little? Offset for diagonal sleep position?

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    Are you worried about flipping and falling out or do you not like the sway? Just wondering since using mine and I am a roller and light sleeper I have never had an issue with either (I use a DN).

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    Has anyone modded their DN for side tie-outs
    What do you hope to accomplish ?
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    Likely just wants to get rid of the floppy sides effect. Its been done, yes. Ryvr has an ENO DN that has been modified to include integrated bug netting. You can then attach side guyouts like a warbonnet or hennesy. If you use the ENO guardian bug net, you'd have to do some sort of pass through to get the guyouts to the ground.

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