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    Ridge line

    I got my Single Line Tarp Ridge Line - Dutch Edition with Dutchware, from whoopieslings.com What a great ridge line. It is made great. If anyone is looking for an all in one system this is a great one. Very light also. It was delivered fast. Ordered it late Friday night got it Monday. I am so happy with the product and the service. Just throwing it out there if someone is looking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D Ring View Post
    I got my Single Line Tarp Ridge Line - Dutch Edition with Dutchware, from whoopieslings.com What a great ridge line. It is made great. If anyone is looking for an all in one system this is a great one. Very light also. It was delivered fast. Ordered it late Friday night got it Monday. I am so happy with the product and the service. Just throwing it out there if someone is looking.
    May i suggest you add a pair of Ti Dutch mini ridge line biners? Helps with the speed of your setup. I have a hard time working small soft shackle prussics especially after they get wet and my fingers are cold.

    Enjoy your new set up, it's awesome! Congrats!

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    Thanks for the comments D Ring. We appreciate it. When using soft shackle prusiks, it is easier to just leave the ridge line attached to the tarp. I never remove mine unless it is to change from hanging it below the tarp to above the tarp. I just wad up the tarp and ridge line and stuff it in the sack. For those that want to remove the ridge line from the tarp, then biners can sure help with that.

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    Thank you for the advise it helps tones. I am so happy with it. I have to say it again if you are looking for a ridge line take a look at this one.

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    How does he do that lightning fast shipping? He must know the Post Master.
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    Laughing, he must I did not expect it that fast. I was so happy about that. Also love your work Dutch. Makes the setup great. It was a great idea and made the ridge line great.

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