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    JRB bridge hammock camo top cover

    Turned out real nice. The company I bought it from on e-bay said it was 60" wide. Turned out to be 68" wide. Sweet. I didn't have to cut it in half thus avoiding a center seam.
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    This will have a tarp over it, yes? else the top might become an aerial pond....
    just a thought, Betsy
    neat job! looks good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beamarshall View Post
    This will have a tarp over it, yes? else the top might become an aerial pond....
    just a thought, Betsy
    neat job! looks good.
    No doubt...lol....I'll be using my BlackCat tarp www.jhatkhat.com/Khat/camping/bcdir
    My next project I'm thinking about is to turn the BlackCat into a tarp tent. Man this DIY stuff never ends. It's your fault again Grizz.
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    If you sew a grosgrain loop right in the center, you could clip/tie it to the ridgeline and give you more room inside.

    Great looking project!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Just Jeff View Post
    If you sew a grosgrain loop right in the center, you could clip/tie it to the ridgeline and give you more room inside.

    Great looking project!
    Actually there is plenty of room as is. It's no even close to touching me. Exact dimensions as the bug-net.
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    That looks cool FF.

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    looks good. I bet it was handy having the bugnet as a template! And especially handy having the Omnitape edge on the hammock already.

    so when you want a little ventalation you can just open up the seal at selected places...?

    Grizz

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    Quote Originally Posted by peanuts View Post
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    Thanks Peanuts. You supply me with the material, and I'll make you a top cover for that Eno of yours. Saw some olive drab ripstop at Wal-Mart at the corner of Lawrenceville Suwanee Rd. and Hwy. 29 that would work.
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    oooohhhh ahhhhhh .........top cover what type???? confused!!! like a sock
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