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    Atlas straps & structural ridgeline?

    Hello everyone! I'm new to the forum and to hanging. This is a great forum with tons of good info for a newbie like myself.

    I just bought a doublenest with atlas straps and I'm interested in coupling it with an adjustable structural ridgeline.

    Is anyone doing this? If so, how? Pics are greatly appreciated.

    Thanks in advance,
    TripDaddy

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    I would also be interested with any help on a Structural rRdgeline for my ENO

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    Atlas straps & structural ridgeline?

    -Aaron
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    I am doing this on my GT (same as ENO dblnest).

    Here is a helpful link.
    https://www.hammockforums.net/forum/...ad.php?t=68133

    Atlas straps are great.
    You can choose to loop through the strap at the tree or use a biner.
    Use a biner to attach to the hammock.

    Suggest ou replace the stock li e going through the channeled end with either long chain link (10") double looped or go straight to whoopie sling.

    Get an adjustable ridgeline and loop it over the hammock suspension so that it is down next to the fabric.

    Will post some pics tomorrow.

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