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    thread for deconstructing HH spectra attachment?

    I know there's a thread from months ago where someone took step-by-step pictures as they took apart their HH where the spectra connects to the hammock. I can't find it!! Anyone have the link?

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    I don't think this is the exact one but may help???

    http://www.hammockforums.net/forum/s...6&postcount=20
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    Man, I'm glad you asked. I've been looking for a while, and didn't feel like the usual "do a search, you moron" response!

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    Maybe wilsonbmw's pics in his gallery might help...

    http://www.hammockforums.net/gallery...&imageuser=192
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    Yep - those are the pics I was talking about! I even searched for posts by wilsonbmw b/c I thought it was him. Don't know why I didn't search his gallery! Anyway, here are his pics:

    Quote Originally Posted by wilsonbmw's gallery

    Support



    You can see the holes and end are melted. The ridgeline is poking out there. The support rope passed through the ridgeline loop once.



    After cutting away the melted parts and beginning to unfold.



    It is a rectangle all right. Aproximately 114" x 55". The entry slit is around 51" long.



    Here you can see the netting is a paralellogram. (asym is a misnomer in this case) The diagonals are 96" and 57". The sides are 68" and 43". Imagine the sides of the hammock body sewn to the netting.



    There are 32 holes across. Here is the head end. I numbered the faces as I unfolded it. Matching numbers were touching. This is one half the C is the center.
    And here are AngrySparrow's pictures:

    Quote Originally Posted by angrysparrow View Post
    That is simply a cover for hiding the knots on the end of the hammock. It isn't necessary in any way, but neither can I think of any real benefit to it's permanent removal.

    You'll find something similar to the following pictures inside -



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    I posted a couple pictures of the knot too:
    http://www.hammockforums.net/forum/s...24&postcount=3

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