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    Quote Originally Posted by MAD777 View Post
    Their Zeta 70D 1.9 oz/sy looks good for a hammock body at a reasonable price. The Epsilon 40D 1.55 oz/sy also looks good but is too pricey.
    Yes - very reasonable and at a 5 yard cut, just enough for the hammock and a bishop bag for it.

    I love this pattern. Thanks for the post docmusolf!

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    Is a DWR fabric breathable and suitable for a hammock?

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    If the 70D ZETA is "back coated with 1-1.25 oz/yd˛ of urethane providing superior protection from the elements" ...

    Then the 40D EPSILON could also be back coated for a relatively lightweight tarp. Hmmm....

    Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by HamMike View Post
    Thanks for the heads up, would be a nice tarp for stealth.
    no prob... It would be a stealthy one .
    Quote Originally Posted by MAD777 View Post
    Their Zeta 70D 1.9 oz/sy looks good for a hammock body at a reasonable price...
    I can't find a width on it, or I'd'a probably have ordered some already. Has anyone seen the width listed anywhere?

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    MultiCam allowed only in Afghanistan...

    http://www.armytimes.com/news/2010/0...ticam_071210w/
    Just a tidbit about this camo pattern, and it's popularity, (as it differs from woodland camo, and the current issue UCP (universal camo pattern)
    I have the Survivor Asym Universal Camo from Hennessy Hammock.
    http://hennessyhammock.com/catalog/s...rsal_camo/#top
    I won a contest with them last year, for a complete top of their line package...
    It rocks! But I would have chosen the "MultiCam" if available
    WileyC

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    61 1/2", on their DOWNLOAD test report
    WileyC

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrw01 View Post
    61 1/2", on their DOWNLOAD test report
    Right on! Thanks. I wonder if there would be enough interest for a group buy?
    "In your face space coyote"-HJS

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    I tried to place and order but had a problem.
    The site uses Google Checkout and it does not add shipping charges.
    The Google Checkout page says that I would receive an email for the shipping charges to be added, however, after an hour no email has arrived.
    I'm also worried because the shipping weight is estimated at over 5 pounds when in fact, the material weighs 1 pound.

    Hmmmm... buyer beware!
    Mike
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    Thats not good business practice. Making a shopping cart is easy enough. Hope you don't get gouged MAD777.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MDSH View Post
    If the 70D ZETA is "back coated with 1-1.25 oz/yd˛ of urethane providing superior protection from the elements" ...

    Then the 40D EPSILON could also be back coated for a relatively lightweight tarp. Hmmm....

    Mike
    the zeta is un-coated, beta is the coated version, both have dwr i believe

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