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    Tarp Pull Outs

    Hey all!

    Just wanted to say that these things look great!

    Anyone have first hand experience with them? Do I need two sets for a tarp or can I get away with one? Any clue on the weight?

    Thanks so much!

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    I don't know what you're asking about...additional info needed.

    edit...Duh, nevermind
    Last edited by gmcttr; 10-17-2012 at 21:52.

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    I believe he is asking about Dutch's Clip on tarp pull outs.

    I'd say that it depends on the size of your tarp how you want to set it up as to if you need 1 or 2 pairs.
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    I use Dutch's tarp pull outs and love them. Easy to clip on, can place them where I want them (depending on which hammock I am using) and can move them to another tarp if I need to.

    I bought 2 pair and have used them on my 12x12 winter tarp when it was really windy, but usually use a single pair on my small tarp.
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    Thanks! The feedback is much appreciated.

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    I have a pair for my matcaT deluxe, they work great, if its really windy i put both on one side , or if i would rather have the extra room to change in etc..other then that if i use them its one per side..
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    They are the biggest innovation to hit the hammock world since trees.
    That opinion may be biased.
    They weigh 17 grams each with the shock cord. I like one on each side for gathered end hammock and two on each side for a bridge.
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    I use half the shock cord and two on one side.
    I second Dutch's claim.

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    Alright, I'm going to grab a pair.

    Thanks guys!!

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    Thumbs up

    I picked up a couple pairs and tried em' out last week. They work great. All the Dutchwear is great stuff.

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