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    Quote Originally Posted by Cincyjp View Post
    I'm thinking of doing a continual ridgeline on my SF. Has anyone done that successfully? I'm planning on tying one end of the line to the rings on the ridgeline, wrap around my tree, wrap through a knotbone to secure that end, and then go under the ridgeline of the tarp, wrap around another tree and use a figure-9 to tension it.

    Ideas? Suggestions?
    Hey Cincyjp,

    Check out this thread, shows how to make a CRL with a knotbone in a locked brummel, and prussic loops to attach the SF tarp rings too, with a fig 9 at the other end. Really helped me out.

    http://www.hammockforums.net/forum/s...ad.php?t=16883

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Callahan View Post
    Hey Cincyjp,

    Check out this thread, shows how to make a CRL with a knotbone in a locked brummel, and prussic loops to attach the SF tarp rings too, with a fig 9 at the other end. Really helped me out.

    http://www.hammockforums.net/forum/s...ad.php?t=16883

    Cheers
    Thanks Callahan! I like the idea of attaching the tarp to the ridgeline with S-biners & prussic's in your pic here, that way I can slide the tarp left or right depending on the weather/situation.

    Thanks!

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