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    SOLD: Hennessy Hyperlite for sale

    After finding that I am more comfortable in a top-loading hammock, I've decided to sell my Hennessy Hyperlight. It is in excellent--but not original--condition. I cut the ridgeline and reconnected it with parachute cord and a tiny screwlink (adds less than an ounce). In my experience, this made it a much more comfortable and versatile hammock. Included is a set of snake skins.

    I'm asking $150 or best offer. PM me if interested.

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    Consider it sold

    Just sent you a PM. Let me know about payment.

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    Item sold. Looks like it's going to be hung in the cornfields of Omaha...

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    Quote Originally Posted by nartoff View Post
    Item sold. Looks like it's going to be hung in the cornfields of Omaha...
    There's no trees there!
    Trust nobody!

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    Believe it or not there are a few trees here.

    Quote Originally Posted by Cannibal View Post
    There's no trees there!

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    Yeah, but not many. I spent many moons living in Kansas and played a football game or two in Nebraska. Got lost in more than one cornfield while being a dim-witted teenager.

    Still, when you do find a couple of trees the views of rolling hills and prairies will be nice when viewed from a hammock. Be nice to see some of those pics when you get around to it.
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