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    SOLD: DIY Hammock 1.1 Sgl

    Ended up with one too many hammocks for the grand kids. Turns out one of the step kids has gone on a lifting binge for next years football season and has exceeded the trusted weight limits of 1.1 ripstop.

    Hammock is silver/gray 1.1 ripstop nylon, 10.5' long x 60" wide. Includes an adjustable/removable ridge line made from 2.2 Zing-It, hanging gear pocket, new silver whoopies with 12" continuous loops in the gathered ends, 6' camo tree straps with 30.06 cartridges for toggles, and stuff sack.
    Packed size is 4" x 8" in the sack with the straps.
    Will add a Knotty mod for an additional $10.00, just need to know if left or right lay.

    $55.00 shipped conus

    Manufacturer tested one night in back yard. Comfy.





    Last edited by SnrMoment; 12-11-2012 at 11:20. Reason: Price reduced
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    Tempting and a very nice looking hammock, but I also have too many hammocks. Here's a free bump for you snr. Good luck with the sale...
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    My forum name is Fish<><; I'm in the navy; and I hate sleeping on the ground. If I didn't need ground to walk on or measure resistance to, I think I could happily give it up.

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    Price reduction

    Price reduced to $55.00 shipped conus. Would like to move it out before the holidays.
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    I will take this, with the knotty mod left to right. PM forthcoming.

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    Do you know the total weight? Also what is the weight limit for it?

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    Just noticed it was claimed. Enjoy

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    PM sent. How does this compare to your BIAS WW?

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    Sold - Thanks.

    It compares very well to the BIAS, but not quite as light. It's also about 6" shorter at 10' 6" as opposed to 11 ft. It sleeps very well and a diagonal lay is no problem. The Knotty mod is a great addition and holds a pad very well on both the BIAS and the DIY (made 2 others exactly the same with that mod & sleep tested them). Not much difference in packed size with the straps in the stuff sack.
    The BIAS in ACU camo is 1.0 ripstop and is really featherweight. I'm only 147#, so it works out fine.
    Last edited by SnrMoment; 12-11-2012 at 15:42. Reason: sold
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