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    Finally

    After about a year of modifying a Lawson and realizing it still needs work, I bought a Frontline. The dimensions are very similar, so the Lawson's rainfly will make a perfect ground cloth for if there are no trees. Quite excited to test a reportedly well designed hammock.

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    Anxious to hear what modifications you decide to do to the Frontline. I have made a few minor 'improvements' to mine. I'm sure there are ideas I haven't thought of.

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    Me too. I've been modifying a DD Camo Tarp such that the bugnet bungees won't be exposed, and I am eager to adapt the Frontline to the system.

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    The only thing I can see that would vastly improve it would be replacing the hook & loop between the layers with a zip

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