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    The flattest lay...

    Hi all, on the NX 250 what would you suggest is a good width from the head and foot gathered end to their respective tie off points (not including suspension), as well as height at their respective tie off points to obtain the flattest lay.

    If in answering the question you need to quote how much suspension length you have from the gathered end to the tie off points then go for it, thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by Camper1 View Post
    Hi all, on the NX 250 what would you suggest is a good width from the head and foot gathered end to their respective tie off points (not including suspension), as well as height at their respective tie off points to obtain the flattest lay.

    If in answering the question you need to quote how much suspension length you have from the gathered end to the tie off points then go for it, thanks
    I have set up an NX250 between trees that were less than 9 feet apart --and even less connected to the side of the trees. Per reported here, a drooping bug net is more comfortable for me. I remedy the droop with a little elastic / shock cord pulling back on the hoods.
    Last edited by DemostiX; 09-21-2012 at 12:24.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DemostiX View Post
    I have set up an NX250 between trees that were less than 9 feet apart. Even less is possible if connect to the side of the trees. Per reported here, a drooping bug net is more comfortable for me. I remedy the droop with a little elastic / shock cord pulling back on the hoods.
    thanks Demostix, much appreciated
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