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    Tarp Flyz on sale $4.90 a piece.

    I am putting Tarp Flyz on sale at Dutchware for $9.70 a pair and will be offering singles for only $4.90 a piece. This is a great time to try a set out, you can barely buy the titanium for that price. If you are not completely satisfied you can simply return them for a refund. Now that singles are being offered you can pick up one with a Dutch hook and some 1.75mm zing it and make a continuous ridge line.


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    And Dutch continues to be dreamy.
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    Great deal on a great product! I'm still waiting on the mysterious Ti biners hinted at on an older thread.
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    very nice, i notice you stated you use 1.75 width line, how thick can it go?

    (and if i had treehuggers it would work work with amsteel?) im seeing alota knots, beeeners webbing whoopies n stuff..head hurts. i like how stable it looks. but im not sure whatelse ill need, and the videos from shug and all are great, but ive burned threw 100+ vids looking for at in everything. its all becoming a blended hevenly albeit confusing mush
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    Any chance you need to move these to help start a new project?!
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    deal

    Great deal Dutch. After my last trip and the hassle with my tarp, I'll order some from you asap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ears View Post
    very nice, i notice you stated you use 1.75 width line, how thick can it go?

    (and if i had treehuggers it would work work with amsteel?) im seeing alota knots, beeeners webbing whoopies n stuff..head hurts. i like how stable it looks. but im not sure whatelse ill need, and the videos from shug and all are great, but ive burned threw 100+ vids looking for at in everything. its all becoming a blended hevenly albeit confusing mush
    You can use dynaglide and and 2.2 zing it, but they are a little tight. It is important it is hollow braid line.

    These are for tarps and the other stuff you mention is for hammock suspension.



    Quote Originally Posted by R00K View Post
    Any chance you need to move these to help start a new project?!
    The real reason is the guy who cuts my parts was slow and asked if I could place an order. I figured it would be a win/win situation if I put them at the lowest price possible and placed an order. People get to try them and he gets work for a day. Also I really want people to try them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ears View Post
    very nice, i notice you stated you use 1.75 width line, how thick can it go?

    (and if i had treehuggers it would work work with amsteel?) im seeing alota knots, beeeners webbing whoopies n stuff..head hurts. i like how stable it looks. but im not sure whatelse ill need, and the videos from shug and all are great, but ive burned threw 100+ vids looking for at in everything. its all becoming a blended hevenly albeit confusing mush
    I started to make an adjustable SRL with Dynaglide and a Dutch Hook, but the hook is too small. The adjustable part is a whoopie sling, but I probably could have used a TarpFlyz. Better stick to Zing-it.

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    Figures, I just purchased another pair last week and they go on sale this week!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dutch View Post
    If you are not completely satisfied you can simply return them for a refund.
    now that's just crazy talk!

    been using mine for about 4 months now and consider them one of my most prized pieces of equipment........."flyz is the bomb" and a great addition to anybodys set-up, go buy some people

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