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  1. #31
    New Member h0tr0d's Avatar
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    Hardly nothing fellers I appreciate the hard work you all put into your gear and the fact that it's American made, and best of all LIGHTWEIGHT

  2. #32

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    Brian and Shane - I am very happy with my purchase from you guys. The BIAS WW is great, unbelievably light and well crafted! Thank you.
    -Bob

  3. #33
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    Quote Originally Posted by joizee camper View Post
    Brian and Shane - I am very happy with my purchase from you guys. The BIAS WW is great, unbelievably light and well crafted! Thank you.
    -Bob
    Thanks Joizee. It means a lot to hear when someone is happy with what you've done. Send us some pics when you get a chance. We're talking about putting some customers photos on the website or FB.

    Have a great week,
    Shane
    It'll be alright Friday!


    Check us out at www.buttinasling.com
    HF members get a discount on most items. Use discount code "hfmember".

    We're now carrying the Mini Tattoo Stove!

    shane@buttinasling.com

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    Brian and Shane, you guys are awesome. Got my Ridgeline for the WW super fast !!
    Take a Look >> Videos Trip Reports

  5. #35
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    Quote Originally Posted by joizee camper View Post
    Brian and Shane - I am very happy with my purchase from you guys. The BIAS WW is great, unbelievably light and well crafted! Thank you.
    -Bob
    Awesome. Makes it worthwhile when things get CRAZY! We love making hammocks. We love you guys enjoying the products even more.
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    Now carrying the Mini Tattoo Stove!
    Light weight. Low prices. Great gear.

  6. #36
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    Quote Originally Posted by h0tr0d View Post
    placed my order this morning for a BIAS Weight Weinie, carbon toggles and BIAS suspension system. Can't wait to get it!! Gonna be making a tyvek tarp as well for this uber light setup.
    h0t0od:

    Your hammock and gear went out today. One reason for the delay is that an order for cordage never went through and I found out after returning from a camping trip with the kids.

    Let us know when it arrives... Saturday at the latest. We like to turn things around faster, but you'll have it within seven days.

    Thanks to all you guys.
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    Now carrying the Mini Tattoo Stove!
    Light weight. Low prices. Great gear.

  7. #37
    New Member h0tr0d's Avatar
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    Thanks and heck I'm in no hurry, but I do appreciate your updates and I received the email as well about it being shipped. I'll definitely have pictures up, now to find the best spot in my yard to hang it for my first night in a hammock

  8. #38
    New Member h0tr0d's Avatar
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    Just wanna say Thanks to Brian and Shane! Got my stuff in the mail today, was waiting for me patiently on my porch. Scary how **** light this thing is. Also got my tyvek in and the wife is gone so i'ma abuse her washing machine

    MWHAHAHHHAHAH

    Also as a warning to those noobs like me who fail to do the necessary research, I jerry rigged my hammock up with the carbon toggles in the WRONG configuration and when I eased down into the hammock, i broke the toggle (because my kiddo decided she was going to JUMP on the "trampoline" mwhahhaha thankfully it came with another set of toggles, although my head is still in my butt for not kiddy proofing my AO LOL.
    Last edited by h0tr0d; 03-30-2012 at 17:02.

  9. #39
    Senior Member Rolloff's Avatar
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    Yep. You guys rocked me too! Really digging a great piece of gear.

    +1 to BIAS.

    If dejohna wasn't so good at his graphics, I'd probably be buying a bug net from these guys too.
    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

  10. #40
    New Member h0tr0d's Avatar
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    alright, did some research and gomer me I didn't put the ridgeline in which caused me all sorts of problems to be honest as I had the hammock pretty well straight and snapped a carbon toggle by hooking it up wrong.

    As you can see in these pics the hammock is not level (should it be?) looking at the ridgeline it is dropped towards my head. I used marlin spike hitches for the two toggled ends. My tyvek tarp will be done soon and i'll put it all together but it was down in the 40's when we took these pictures tonight and I had CBS! So a UQ and TQ is next on the list.

    Gotta say, once I got the sag in the hammock, laying diagonal was no problem. My oldest kid thinks this is her toy so she's sliding down from the gathered ends most of the time...Those two trees are apple trees in my front yard, which make a perfect spot, also i tried to keep the hammock roughly 1 foot off the ground when loaded down with my 6' 172 lb. body.


    I am open to all comments, suggestions, blah blah blah BIAS is KING!

    Regards,
    Christopher












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