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    New Member Falkon00's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubba View Post
    I like having the webbing separate from the whoopies. Its easier to adjust the webbing length.

    This was kind of my thought too...

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    Burning at both ends Dblcorona's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Falkon00 View Post
    The elephant trunks look interesting...I will check those out some more. I did have another question...My wife and I will probably lounge away a few afternoons in the ENO DN...any problems with the extra weight of 2 people (under 400 lbs total) using whoopies, toggles, and straps?
    Shouldn't be an issue. Just have to watch that the whoopie hasn't shifted off the knot. Also on some particularly wide spans, I have crushed my aluminum toggles a little bit with the stress on the knots. Other than that, the straps and whoopies are strong enough.
    "We don't stop hiking because we grow old,
    we grow old because we stop hiking."

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    New Member Falkon00's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dblcorona View Post
    Shouldn't be an issue. Just have to watch that the whoopie hasn't shifted off the knot. Also on some particularly wide spans, I have crushed my aluminum toggles a little bit with the stress on the knots. Other than that, the straps and whoopies are strong enough.
    Cool... Thanks for the info

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    Using the toggle to whoopie means you can separate the tree straps from the whoopies which helps with tree sap. I have the all in one from whoopieslings.com and love it.

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