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    Comparison photo with my Hammock gear packed into there Staff Sacks.
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    Also of note, particularly those from Australia, I've found the supplied Tree straps that came with the Line/Strap option for the suspension, is way to short for our trees. Wish I had of ordered the Adjustable Suspension with the longer tree straps.

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    hey phillip,
    check out a local hardware store and pick up some 15 foot straps that are on the ratchet straps. then simply saw the hook off and you have a nice long strap w/ an eye already attached.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wags View Post
    hey phillip,
    check out a local hardware store and pick up some 15 foot straps that are on the ratchet straps. then simply saw the hook off and you have a nice long strap w/ an eye already attached.
    Your a legend Wags. Thanks for the tip. Is there anything specific I should keep an eye on, such as minimum strength?

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    just jeff (which is where i got my info from) said 700 lb polyester rope.

    http://www.tothewoods.net/HomemadeGe...eSupports.html

    i'm not sure if that's working load or max load or what. i do know you'll want 1" width. as far as the poundage goes, i don't have enough knowledge about that subject to give you an answer. maybe someone who does will chime in.

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