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    Senior Member Chocolatier's Avatar
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    Suspension!

    I just re-rigged the suspension on my BB with the newer double flat triangles that Brandon shipped on my Traveler. No more slippery half-hitches--hooray!

    Rich
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    Double flat triangles

    Are these being supplied with all new hammocks

    just curious if they would come with a new warbonnet blackbird

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    yes, we've been using the new triangle plates for quite awhile now

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    There are plenty of rigging options out there and tried a few but I always seem to pick out the stock rigging (webbing with flat triangles) that Warbonnet Guy offers for BB and the Traveler.

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    Yeah, my WBBB is probably 2 years old. The current suspension is much faster to set up and take down.
    --Chocolatier (Master Chocolatier and Amateur Hammocker)

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