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  1. #11
    Callahan's Avatar
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    Dec 2010
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    Great looking hammocks SpaceWeaseal!

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    15.1 oz total for:

    WW Micro, 64" wide x 11 ft long, Knotty Mod, adjustable/removable ridge line with nacrabiner, 6' whoopies, 6' tree straps, two 1,000# rated carabiners, extra 2' length amsteel with 2 eye loops for bigger trees, 2 original continuous loops for whatever, and stuff sack.

    Nice rig guys. Took about 3 minutes with a one end height adjustment to find the sweet spot without the ridgeline installed. It's about 3 oz lighter without the biners, so I may go back to the nacrabiners.
    Love is blind. Marriage is an eye opener.

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    First of all, love or hate, thanks for the feedback. We depend on what you guys think, how you hook up your hammock and what's important to you as we work to tweak our business to match your needs.

    SnrMoment, SpaceWeasel, others, thanks for the feedback. Seeing you get out the scales and tweak little things helps us keep focused on what matters to you.

    Enjoy one and all.
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