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    Quote Originally Posted by Roe Ring View Post
    These Dutchware threads always cost me money, I have successfully resisted Dutch clips.....until now! There's a set winging its way to me in the UK for the seriously low shipping cost of $3. Thanks Dutch.
    You should have asked for them when I was over there.
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    So I have decided for my normal, IE not SUL hammock setup I would like to go back to what I had before, which is basically a quick connect at the strap to whoopie.

    At the hammock end, I want to go back to a closed loop, IE amsteel loop to a quick connect that acts as a drip. IE a carabiner or something like that. Before I used a decender rings, but think I would like to try a quick connect of some sort.

    What is the best on that end of the whoopie ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by tammons View Post
    So I have decided for my normal, IE not SUL hammock setup I would like to go back to what I had before, which is basically a quick connect at the strap to whoopie.

    At the hammock end, I want to go back to a closed loop, IE amsteel loop to a quick connect that acts as a drip. IE a carabiner or something like that. Before I used a decender rings, but think I would like to try a quick connect of some sort.

    What is the best on that end of the whoopie ??
    Might want to take a look at one of these:

    http://www.camp-usa.com/products/car...nge-118903.asp
    23 grams

    http://www.metoliusclimbing.com/fs_mini_carabiner.html
    25 grams

    I use them instead of a toggle on the MSHitch as well.

    However; I'm looking to replace them with Dutchware... - HYOH
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    The winds will blow their own freshness into you, and the storms their energy,
    while cares will drop away from you like the leaves of Autumn."
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    I have a set of the Dutch Biners, I think these are the same ones sold on JRB for suspension. Can someone point me in the direction of a photo showing them in use. Are they for webbing or cord? Can they be used like a clip, with the gate facing in or out?

    swank

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    Quote Originally Posted by swankfly View Post
    I have a set of the Dutch Biners, I think these are the same ones sold on JRB for suspension. Can someone point me in the direction of a photo showing them in use. Are they for webbing or cord? Can they be used like a clip, with the gate facing in or out?

    swank
    Here is a vid.
    http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=IrYQMW9SHik
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    The link didn't work on my PC...


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    Thanks for this post I learned a lot. The Dutch stuff looks great!

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