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    Senior Member Rabid Deer's Avatar
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    Procrastinator

    Five years after this was originally posted and I finally made a set. I added prusik knots to my guy lines as well. I saw this on when I stumbled upon a Hammock Forums group hang last month. A couple people were using prusiks and I thought that was a great idea.
    Looks like Pizza didn't like his shock cord tensioners with his Superfly and I have the same tarp, but we'll see how it goes.

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    been wondering how to do this thinks for the info

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    Added mine to my tarp thanks for the info.

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    What knot is used in the middle of the guyline to form the loop that the shock cord goes through?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Tettnanger View Post
    What knot is used in the middle of the guyline to form the loop that the shock cord goes through?

    You talking about the clove hitch?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fallkniven View Post
    You talking about the clove hitch?
    I don't think so. It is the knot in post#3 by Headchange4U. It is used to form a loop in the line.

    Last edited by Mr. Tettnanger; 01-13-2013 at 09:57.

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    That's just a simple over hand knot on a bight.

    Unless your talking about the top loop in the photo, that's a bowline.
    Last edited by fallkniven; 01-13-2013 at 10:24.

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    I just made a set of these for my tarp. Going to try them out this afternoon.

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    Question: Will my 70D polyester HH Hex stretch much? What about when wet? The answers are no and no, right?

    I'm asking because as much as I like DIY fiddling, I don't think I have much of a need for shock corded guylines. I have exactly one night in my setup, I'm a noob.

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    could a hair tie work just as well?
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