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    Structural ridgeline question?

    I've recently been using a SLS with an assisted truckers hitch, this is the first time I've incorperated a structural ridgeline into my set-up and I'm loving it, thanks HF.

    I've just bought 36' of dyneema(3mm) and a splicing needle and was going to put a whoopie sling at each end, this was to be my SLS for a TTTM I've ordered. Then I thought about using a seperate SRL(I have some 2.5 dyneema), allowing me to make longer whoopie slings but I'm unsure how to attatch it.

    Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

    Regards, Matt

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    Could someone please tell me the best way to attatch a structural ridgeline to a gathered end hammock, I'll be using a whoopie sling suspension and a whoopie type ridgeline.

    Thanks in advance, Matt.

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    I have a small piece of amsteel larks-headed on to my hammock and that goes up to an SMC-like ring. I attach my SRL to that ring. I've tried attaching the SRL right to the hammock but found a flatter lay with the rings. My $.02. I think I have a pic of it in my gallery?
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    When I use one I simply larkshead it around the amsteel where it exits the channels.
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