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    Dimensions of HH SS torso / kidney pads needed.

    I've got a spare underpad for a Hennessy Hammock SuperShelter system and want to cut it up into separate torso and kidney pads.

    Can anyone give me the dimensions that Hennessy uses for these pads?

    Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FishBone View Post
    I've got a spare underpad for a Hennessy Hammock SuperShelter system and want to cut it up into separate torso and kidney pads.

    Can anyone give me the dimensions that Hennessy uses for these pads?

    Thanks.
    Torso 32x25

    Kidney 19x16

    Both counting small (1/4"?) hemmed area surrounding pads.

    Thickness of each ~ 1/4", maybe a tad more? Compared to a rated 5/8" for the original pad. But, the surface is flat. While the original pad surface is egg carton shaped, whatever that is called.
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    Thanks, BB.

    I thought you might have the answer!
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