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    ewhammock's Avatar
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    Cool Warbonnet BB Test - Stinson Beach

    It works!!


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    Sweet! That's a really pretty spot. Thanks for sharing!
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    Nice.....but next time, try to shorten your review. It's a little wordy for me.

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    Keep a close eye on that post on the left. It looks a little wimpy to me (and already leaning in).

    Awesome location though.
    The sound of the waves would be such a perfect lullaby.
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    Nice location.
    I know one that is exactly the same on the other side of the world. I've been meaning to hang there soon.

    Isn't the ridge line too stressed in that position?


    Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Balkan boy View Post
    Nice location.
    I know one that is exactly the same on the other side of the world. I've been meaning to hang there soon.

    Isn't the ridge line too stressed in that position?


    Cheers.
    Good eye - yes, it was indeed stressed until I backed off the suspension a tad.

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    Great review! Sounds about right too!
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    The straps are near horizontal. Aren't the BB's straps meant to be around 30degrees?

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    Thank you for the relaxing scene while I am at work, it was greatly needed!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SWANK-E View Post
    The straps are near horizontal. Aren't the BB's straps meant to be around 30degrees?
    Tough when poles are so close. I plan to plant another pole 15' out.

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