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    Senior Member Gustav's Avatar
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    Hex Tarp by HG.com

    I was just on HammockGear.com site. And you can now order a Hex Trap (Cuben Fiber) without calling them. They don't have any pictures up yet.
    And I have been trying to upload pictures of my trap. It's not working for me
    So, here is a small video of my Cuben Fiber Hex Trap from HG.com

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zRRCSgACtFY
    I have never failed, I have been very Successful finding out what does Not work.

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    Senior Member lymphocytosis's Avatar
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    Here ya go!

    PS, I've always loved hex traps! HG does make some good tarps.
    Just call me "Blood Disease"

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    Senior Member lazy river road's Avatar
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    Dog Gone It, Guess Ill be placing another order from Hammock Gear. Shucks.
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    Senior Member dblhmmck's Avatar
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    Hex Club Member

    I love my HG cuben hex tarp

    Here is an unusual pitch of the HG Cuben hex tarp. Almost a bakerhut, but with a third corner pulled low. Side panel pull is lifting up for additional space underneath. This shot was taken last month along the Escalante River of Southern Utah.

    I pulled the front suspension from another lateral anchor point to get my spreader bars away from the side of the tarp. You can see this additional line coming in from the left. I made a mental note not to do that in the future. It interferes with the customary sway especially noticed when entering the hammock. I will find a way to pull the tarp instead.
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