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    Question Attaching continuous loop to a ENO DBL Nest

    I purchased the whoopieslings.com "All in One" system and I cant quite figure out how to connect the loop to the hammock.

    I've been reading tons of these articles and I'm stumped and quite frustrated. If anyone could help I would much appreciate it!

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    Run the loop through the channel at either end of the hammock. Once you have both sides of the loop in either hand, put one hands side through the other and pull tight.

    I am not a gram weenie. , But Im starting to see the merits!!!

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    Thanks opie, I was looking for something more along the lines of this video though :P. Though your post lead me to what i was looking for though, so it all worked out!

    Much thanks!

    http://youtu.be/0PUkopYvzyk
    Last edited by RomanX; 05-28-2011 at 18:25.

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    Thanks Opie! You beat me to it as we were off in the great outdoors over the weekend. Just for future reference, we have a video at our YouTube channel showing the installation of whoopie slings onto a ENO hammock. Installation of the All In One system is basically the same but the continuous loop is threaded through the end channel.

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