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    Simple indoor hang with decorative plates

    I decided to hang my new camping hammock (a Byer easy traveller) indoors once I realised how comfortable it was. It went something like this....

    1- Yay Hammock!!!


    2- Uh-oh.... drywall damage! Bent hooks!


    3- Hey, lets hide that with plumbing trim...


    4- That looks better.


    5- Lets try a wood wall plate made for coax instead. Ah, much better.


    6- Hooks re-installed at an angle so the hammock pulls almost straight on them, no more bending.


    Now after sleeping the hammock for a week, I tried the bed again last night. Terrible nights sleep, tired all day. Ordered a barbados cotton hammock for permanent use.
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    Debi Jaytee's Avatar
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    good job!! looks awesome!
    Debi

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    in it for the naps oldgringo's Avatar
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    Nice!

    You might find something useful in this thread:
    http://www.hammockforums.net/forum/s...ghlight=padeye
    Dave

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