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    New Member Luvthegsp's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2012
    Location
    Bradenton, FL
    Hammock
    ENO
    Tarp
    DIY CatTarp
    Suspension
    DIY Whoopie Sling
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    5

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    Since I am new to hammocks, I realized that I needed to make a few changes. I have an ENO double with their straps and stock suspension. I made new tree huggers and whoopie slings. The tree huggers are not that pretty, but quite structurally sound. The whoopie slings took some time, but they turne out quite well.

    After testing tonight I realize that a bugnet is next on the list. Then the tarp.

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    lonetracker's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2009
    Location
    iron mountain mi
    Hammock
    diy fiddle factor
    Tarp
    diy cat cut hex
    Insulation
    whatever
    Suspension
    openable whoopies
    Posts
    463
    Images
    28
    its a good start.now is a good time to stop while you still can.making my own gear is a little to rewarding.i have made more then i use and have so many things on the back burner i forget what they are.i find myself wondering stuff like"what did i get this brown ripstop for"oh well seems i like biulding it as much as i like useing it.
    good luck with your diy'in.you have come to the right place to find out how.
    semper fi
    bill
    diyin to hang

  3. #3
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    Join Date
    Jul 2011
    Location
    Woodstock, GA
    Hammock
    DIY Gathered & 90" "Tablecloth"
    Tarp
    Tyvek Diamond
    Insulation
    DIY UQ
    Suspension
    whoopies & straps
    Posts
    94
    Images
    10
    That diy bug just sucks you in doesn't it.
    Hammocking, car camping, backpacking, kayaking, and mountain biking. Getting in touch with nature is getting expensive. Good thing I can DIY!

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