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  1. #41
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    Will a Jarbridge fit a HH? Their website lists the Potomac as being designed for the HH, but I like the price (and the reviews) on the Jarbridge (Of course it's no good if it doesn't fit the hammock you have, in spite of good reviews and a great price.)

    What about a WB Blackbird? "My" second hammock, ordered as a Father's Day present for Mr. Weaver.

    Weaver

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    Senior Member AmericasHammock's Avatar
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    I had the jarbridge before I got the Phoenix and it fit my Expedition fine and then my blackbird just find. It's all in how you adjust it.

  3. #43
    Senior Member bcaron's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Weaver View Post
    Will a Jarbridge fit a HH? Their website lists the Potomac as being designed for the HH, but I like the price (and the reviews) on the Jarbridge (Of course it's no good if it doesn't fit the hammock you have, in spite of good reviews and a great price.)

    What about a WB Blackbird? "My" second hammock, ordered as a Father's Day present for Mr. Weaver.

    Weaver
    I have a Potomac, and a Jarbridge. Both are used on my HH Explorer, and on my Expedition. The Potomac is a perfect fit on both with full coverage and NO slipping.

    In warm weather or when I want to save pack space, I use the Jarbridge. It works just fine. I still use the side tie outs on the hammock, but don't pull them out very tight....just enough to get the bugnet away from me.

    I tied a piece of shock cord from a corner of the UQ to the side pull out on the hammock, but found it really isn't necessary. The quilt doesn't
    move around enough to be an issue.
    " I have not yet begun to procrastinate!"

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    Senior Member Rolloff's Avatar
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    Score some points with the OS. Help each other adjust insulation.
    This place you say your lookin' for
    It might have washed out with the rain
    Might not be there anymore
    Might not be the same

    Top that rise and face the pain

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