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    trailryder42's Avatar
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    Attaching Snipe ridgeline

    Just got my snipe. Bought their ridgeline to go with it. It's basically a whoopie sling itself. How should I attached it to the hammock?

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    If its adjustable, simply slide it down each suspension whoopie (through the loop) and that should allow you to adjust easily and find your sweet spot. Once you want to lock it, I thread it under the whoopie suspension larkshead and thread the whoopie suspension through the loops - then tighten.
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    You can also undo the gathered ends lay the ridgeline on the hammock and re whip it and feed the whoopies though the loop on each end so it doest slid up and down when you go to pack it up. Same way Warbonnet does theirs.

    Jeremy

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    i just loop mine around my suspension. it easy and removable.
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