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    Senior Member petez's Avatar
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    I would guess that is the ratio of the hammock length to its width...
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    The Warbonnet Blackbird is a nice setup as far as length and width is.

    My DIY Hammock is 120" x 54" or it might be 120" x 58" raw material. This is pretty comfortable for me and my wife who are both short.

    By the way, I'm 5'5", pretty short, lol!
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    Ok thanks for the input I finally got it done after trying afew different sizes I came out with 70"x120". It's so much easier to find my sweet spot in

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    Quote Originally Posted by cadam106 View Post
    Ok thanks for the input I finally got it done after trying afew different sizes I came out with 70"x120". It's so much easier to find my sweet spot in
    Excellent, glad to hear that. Some other things that affect lay and sweet spot is material weight, for example. 1.1 vs 1.4 vs. 1.5 vs. 1.9 vs 1.1DL, etc...
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