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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnyh88 View Post
    Success at last!
    Hooray!!
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    Glad I could help a little bit.

    Quote Originally Posted by johnnyh88 View Post
    Success at last! I turned the hammock upside down as per the above suggestion and with my first pitch, everything felt great I'm really not sure why it feels so different but it's a lot better. My most comfortable lay ended up being with the foot side just barely higher and with the straps at about a 25 or 30 degree angle. My ridgeline is pretty droopy like this though. I found that laying at less of a diagonal on my back works pretty well, but more diagonal works better for my side/stomach.

    Thanks for the help every one! I'm looking forward to trying it out overnight sometime
    Don't let life get in the way of living.

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    Thanks

    The information in this thread helped me better understand my hammock and how to get more comfy in it. Glad you are more comfy now, too

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