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    Which cord(s) work best with lineloc 3's?

    The title pretty much says it all.

    I was planning to use Lash-It 2.2mm, but a search found this thread that suggests that it may not be the best choice. Some posts say that triptease and glowire work well, but I'd like something a little more stealthy if possible. Suggestions?

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    HMG's cuben tarps use lineloc 3's and supplies spectra line which holds very well.
    I found lash-it way to slippery even with a half hitch.
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    ever thought about using the line-locs from the hammock forums store? i use the small ones and 1.75 zing it or lash it (you could stay with stealthy grey) my girlfriend has the linelocs like your talking about and i like the forums stores better

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    The cord that Mountainfitter (Lawson Equipment) has seems to work well.
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    Thanks for the replies! I never thought buying rope would be such an endeavor...

    Quote Originally Posted by OutandBack View Post
    HMG's cuben tarps use lineloc 3's and supplies spectra line which holds very well.
    I found lash-it way to slippery even with a half hitch.
    Thanks OutandBack. That is one I haven't seen before. Any idea which size they use? I'm assuming the 2.8 mm.

    Quote Originally Posted by Boothill View Post
    ever thought about using the line-locs from the hammock forums store? i use the small ones and 1.75 zing it or lash it (you could stay with stealthy grey) my girlfriend has the linelocs like your talking about and i like the forums stores better

    boot
    I have a couple of those lying around somewhere - never used them. Maybe I'll mess with them a bit (if I can find them). I like the 3's because they are attached at the tarp tie-out and always in the same place.

    Quote Originally Posted by dragon360 View Post
    The cord that Mountainfitter (Lawson Equipment) has seems to work well.
    I assume you are referring to Glowire. Brightly colored for my taste, but I am considering it. If this came in a more muted color I would likely order it now. Liking the price though.

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