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    SOLD: Warbonnet Black Bird 1.7 Double

    SOLD WBBB 1.7 Double for sale. $140.00 Shipped C.U.S.
    Comes with 10 ft Whoopie Slings and two 7 foot tree huggers, original stuff sack.
    I also put a few extra loops on it for under quilt tweeking and
    put a 16 inch Zipper on the side opposite the long entry zipper. This is handy in reaching out to adjust you under quilt.
    Last edited by Mule; 03-09-2011 at 16:00.
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    I'm interested, with a few questions. PM sent
    I like refried beans. That's why I wanna try fried beans, because maybe they're just as good and we're just wasting time. You don't have to fry them again after all.

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    Pm sent. Funds are on the way!
    I like refried beans. That's why I wanna try fried beans, because maybe they're just as good and we're just wasting time. You don't have to fry them again after all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mule View Post
    I...put a 16 inch Zipper on the side opposite the long entry zipper. This is handy in reaching out to adjust you under quilt.
    This is an awesome idea!!!...you don't happen to have a photo of that before you bot it up and send it out to be shipped to its new owner, do you???...I have thought of having an access point on the other side would be great.

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    Small access zipper on BB would really be helpful. I'd like to see a picture as well. Any instructions would also be helpful.

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    access zipper opp side BB

    Just a zipper to get to your underquilt.
    That last photo should't be on this thread. It is my diy BB, Sorry
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mule View Post
    Just a zipper to get to your underquilt.
    That last photo should't be on this thread. It is my diy BB, Sorry
    Ahhhhh...in the foot end of the shelf!!!!...that is not where I would have put it...but that makes a lit of sense...there is barely any tension on that part of it...I've been trying to think of where a a good place would be to do this, but couldn't come up with a place that I trust myself doing...I was thinking below where you have yours, along the seam of the body itself (ripping the seam, removing a piece of grosgrain, and sewing in a zipper there)...but I would never trust myself to do that to a great piece of craftsmanship...plus I don't know how much stress is placed on that part of the hammock...but this seems to be a reasonable place to put it...thanks for the pics!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moxie View Post
    Ahhhhh...in the foot end of the shelf!!!!...that is not where I would have put it...but that makes a lit of sense...there is barely any tension on that part of it...I've been trying to think of where a a good place would be to do this, but couldn't come up with a place that I trust myself doing...I was thinking below where you have yours, along the seam of the body itself (ripping the seam, removing a piece of grosgrain, and sewing in a zipper there)...but I would never trust myself to do that to a great piece of craftsmanship...plus I don't know how much stress is placed on that part of the hammock...but this seems to be a reasonable place to put it...thanks for the pics!!!
    I understand, but I was thinking you have to be laying down about the way you are going to sleep to adjust it. I only wanted to get it and pull it out over the footbox if needed. If you have it too far down you will have to move a little to get to it. I used to reach clear over the bugnet and ridge line to pull mine up. Let us know how you do yours.
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    is the wbbb still 4 sale.

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    It is Sold. I still have the heavy duty one for sale.
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