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I've been using basically the same setup for about 2 months now(2 months of trail/sleep time) with no signs of wear.... No visible wear on neither soft shackle or webbing....
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Well its held up fine so far and its made my setting up easier. I used to just pull the webbing through the loop I had sewn on but it wouldnt cinch up very tight so it would fall with a slight breeze before I could hang both ends of the hammock.
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You have, in effect, a choker hitch there, which greatly reduces the working load limit of the whole, and puts a lot of stress on the wedding/rope interface, making damage at that point more likely. Ease up on that acute angle, if possible.
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