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    Pound Hawg Hammock AC

    Some of you may have seen the fans I use in my Hennessys ...the fan hangs on the ridge line.

    Some of my DIY rigs do not have a ridge line,,,, and I didn't want to put a ridge line, just to hang the fan.

    Below ii a DIY rig inside an ENO Bug Guard.

    The fan is an O2COOL battery fan from Walmart @ $6.00

    Since there is not a ridge line, I sewed a small loop on the inside near the end. This allows me to hang a bag, to store stuff, and a place to hang the fan from.

    The black web girtle is what I use to hang the fan from a ridge line.. The plastic biner and cord works on this hammock.


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    looks nice, and will come in handy shortly enough! Thanks for sharing this great idea!

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    Nice idea.

    This got me thinking about computer fans. I vaguely remember a previous thread about them???

    I wondered if they would have a long enough runtime on batteries to be useful. So....I hooked one up to eight AA batteries. The runtime seems good. I stopped the test at 7 hours.

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    Oh man but these use them big ole D cell battrees... and can push some of this Texas air... seriously these do work good and the batteries last for several all night runs.
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