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    Closed: Wtb bmbh

    I am mainly looking for the new style Bear Mountain Bridge Hammock with zipper bugnet on 3 sides, but would consider an old style as well. Also, would consider any other type of bridge hammock.
    thanks.
    Eric
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    If you're still looking I just made a new one for myself and am selling my old Grizz inspired bridge w/ underquilt, probably be posting it in the for sale forum tomorrow w/ pics.

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    here's a pic i had on my phone, can send more later.IMG-20110924-00110.jpg

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    Senior Member chewbacca's Avatar
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    Looks awesome. Pm sent with questions. Thanks

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    I have an old style one I might part with, shoot me a PM if interested.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chewbacca View Post
    I am mainly looking for the new style Bear Mountain Bridge Hammock with zipper bugnet on 3 sides, but would consider an old style as well. Also, would consider any other type of bridge hammock.
    thanks.
    Eric
    I have a new style BMBH I bought off a forum member about 8 months ago. Set it up a couple of times but haven't spent a night in it and don't think I ever will....I just love my Switchback too much. Shoot me a pm if interested.
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    Smars,
    That's a good looking set up!

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    Hey chewy,

    I guess you can't put pictures in pm's so here's some more pics.

    The hammock itself lays pretty flat and is really comfy. I don't feel like it has a lot of shoulder sqeeze, but I don't have anything else to compare it to other than the one I just made and I can't tell a whole lot of difference. There's 48 3/4" of fabric under the head end spreader and 35 1/2" under the foot. It's about 28 1/2" in the center. The arc cut is 7 1/2" deep.

    The uq is in the green stuff sack and can get pretty small if you compress it, I always just use a stuff sack so my pack is "full" and the rest of my stuff compresses it as needed.
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