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    Hey guys I have an ENO DN and I have already put whoopies on it now my next step is a ridge line how do I install an adjustable ridge line

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    Quote Originally Posted by gunsfan05 View Post
    Hey guys I have an ENO DN and I have already put whoopies on it now my next step is a ridge line how do I install an adjustable ridge line
    perhaps just clip a 'whoopie' or ucr onto the two biners at each end of the DN?
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    I take the eye end of the ridge line and run a loop around one of the whoopies. You can either loop the other/adjustable end over the other whoopie or use a chain link or ridge line biner from Dutch. Have that set up on my BIAS. This rig is not the BIAS, only looped at each end.



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    I have mine looped inside of the whoopie. Basically, after you run the whoopie through the sewn channel on the hammock, but before you pull it back through the loop, slide the ridgeline on. Then secure the whoopie sling by pulling it through the loop. A picture might help, so let me get one.

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    Here's a picture of mine:



    I had to work to get it pulled apart to really show how it's attached. Once you lay in the hammock it is pulled really tight and securely on there.
    Last edited by Texico; 12-12-2012 at 20:47.

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    I have mine larksheaded on the non moving end to the whoopie... And the other you could just run inside the whoopie or just over the whoopie, and the angle will hold the ridgeline in place...
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    ok thanks alot guys that really helps

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