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    i may have mentioned this before, but covering it with ripstop will give it comfort, wicking, and anti-tear properties. i've used c3 sailmaking tape from www.sailrite.com to attach ripstop to the 1/8"ccf with great success. (the tape is double sided) i just put tape along the peremiter of the pad and then an x across the center. then i lay the fabric out smooth, and drop the taped side of the pad onto the fabric. then just cut off the excess and hit w/lighter. if using a cut pad, cut the pad prior to tapeing it to the fabric, and don't cut any wedges out of the fabric. this solves the stickiness of the pad i like both sides covered so the pad is easier to jerk around underneath me. since it has the tendency to stick to the hammock as well your back.
    Last edited by warbonnetguy; 11-17-2008 at 17:23.

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    Which size GG pad do you have?
    1/4" x 41" x 61" trimmed to fit the silk liner.

    Not quite sure how it helps as a pack liner, though, as it does not form a waterproof seal, of course.
    Oops... sorry, wrong terminology. I meant as a frame for a frameless backpack, not as a waterproof liner.

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