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    SilvrSurfr's Avatar
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    I used to think the HH tree straps were too short so I bought some eight-footers. In practice, I found 8 footers were overkill for my area and have gone back to the shorter HH straps. They work real nice with a Whoopie sling and Dutch Whoopie hooks.

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    Senior Member Latitude918's Avatar
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    If you want some longer straps, Paul at Arrowhead Equip has plenty of options to choose from, and even sews the loops in for ya.

    http://arrowheadequipment.webs.com/a.../270327?page=1
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    New Member Airborne Trooper's Avatar
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    I have been using my stock straps by just pulling one end through the loop but I also use a caribiner and 2 decending rings to do a garda hitch. Takes me about 2 minutes to get my hammock up, but another 5 minutes to setup my hex fly (mostly due to being a perfectionist). I ordered some 7" straps from Paul @ AHE as a backup and they are top notch. The Jarbidge UQ they make has proven to be an essential piece of equipment for my setup.

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