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    Senior Member nom@d's Avatar
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    I did a double pass through the channel like the stock suspension was ran, haven't had any problems so far.

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    +1 on double pass
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    Dbl pass...250lbs no sweat

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mac_48 View Post
    Hi everyone, I just had a quick question. I just replaced the thick rope at the ends of my DN with whoopie slings but wasn't sure if I was attaching them to the hammock safely. I just took the whoopie sling fixed end, ran it through the channel and then back onto it's self. The major thing that I'm worried about is the fact that this allows the whoopie sling to clinch onto the fabric since it can freely tighten or loosen and I was wondering if this would be damaging to the hammock. thanks for the help
    That'll work fine. If it still bothers you, pass it through the channel twice, or if you don't trust the stitching, either knot or whip the end and attach it that way.

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