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    Senior Member Tendertoe's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Home Run View Post
    Hi Tendertoe. I'd love to see your tarp rigging in person. I plan to be at Zaleski next weekend. Mind if I take a gander? I'm working to get a good setup on my new WBBB/Superfly.

    Thanks,

    Home Run
    Of course. There'll be plenty of other setups to scope out too.

    I love looking at other folks' rigs. Always something to learn.

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    Has anyone tried rigging side pullouts with a tarp that doesn't have loops sewn in? Simply tying your shockcord or what have you around a small rock or marble inside a small bunched up bit of tarp?

    Is this method likely to tear a tarp in blustery conditions?

    Thanks for your help

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    Senior Member Tendertoe's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dunedain View Post
    Has anyone tried rigging side pullouts with a tarp that doesn't have loops sewn in? Simply tying your shockcord or what have you around a small rock or marble inside a small bunched up bit of tarp?

    Is this method likely to tear a tarp in blustery conditions?

    Thanks for your help
    Search Grip Clips.

    JRB sells them. I've used them on one of my tarps for a few years with no issues.

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    Senior Member rip waverly's Avatar
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    i now use lines on each individual pull out, after watching my tarp fall in on me with snow/wind.

    i used to use a line to connect the tieouts , and then run a line off that... but it didn't work out so well as stated above.
    "Jeff-Becking"

    DOWNTOWN BROWN!!!!

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