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    breyman's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Acer View Post
    I caved in and ordered a 20 full length with a extra oz of down Lynx as I am a cold sleeper. Figured I would just play with it and learn to vent it when needed or use my 50 degree Jarbridge and 40 overstuffed from UGQ which fit very nicely. Thanks for the replys. I just have to try one of Brandon's quilts with this RR bridge!
    Great choice. The fit between this hammock and UQ is better than any other combo I've ever seen and tried. Truly amazing.
    Brian
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    Father. Husband. Scoutmaster.

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    Senior Member SunnyBunny's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by gmcttr View Post
    .............OK...more testing done...it was a good excuse to try the WBRR on my small turtlelady stand.

    Extension methods used were "quick and dirty".

    What I found was the farther the Lynx was extended toward the foot end, the more a gap was formed at the head end. The photos are with a 4" extension. This made a small gap which sealed a few inches in and my shoulders remained warm.....
    Thanks alot gmcttr, the pic is worth a thousand words

    In central Texas there isn't a long cold winter that call for a full length UQ, a torso length + Gossamer gear foot pad take care of more than 3 seasons.

    Now if I can talk Brandon into doing a camo lynx
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    Quote Originally Posted by senecio-joe View Post
    How did you attach the clips to the UQ? There are just webbing loops on the UQ.
    I just tie them on using light weight chord as Dutch Quilt Clips have a hole in them and in this case, will make the length of the chord the same length as Brandon's Beiner to keep his measurements the same. 2 Dutch Quilt Clips will be all that is needed as I already have them on the hammock tied to the webbing loops i.e. 2 females at the head end, and 2 male end pieces at the foot end, I have all my quilts same so in clipping, you will know the head end and the foot end just by the quilt clip pieces.

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    we actually just received some of the 40 denier downproof multicam fabric, i think it's 1.4-1.5 OSY to make quilts with, if anybody wants a quilt in multicam just shoot me an email




    Quote Originally Posted by SunnyBunny View Post
    Thanks alot gmcttr, the pic is worth a thousand words

    In central Texas there isn't a long cold winter that call for a full length UQ, a torso length + Gossamer gear foot pad take care of more than 3 seasons.

    Now if I can talk Brandon into doing a camo lynx

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    Senior Member SunnyBunny's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by warbonnetguy View Post
    we actually just received some of the 40 denier downproof multicam fabric, i think it's 1.4-1.5 OSY to make quilts with, if anybody wants a quilt in multicam just shoot me an email
    email shooted. MultiCam Lynx torso length and Mamba on order.

    Thanks WarbonnetGuy
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    Quote Originally Posted by warbonnetguy View Post
    we actually just received some of the 40 denier downproof multicam fabric, i think it's 1.4-1.5 OSY to make quilts with, if anybody wants a quilt in multicam just shoot me an email
    Dang that is tempting...
    Potential is nothing without hard work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boulderman View Post
    Dang that is tempting...
    Personally,,,I think Brandon has this all planned out,,,he just keeps setting his hook, line, and sinker!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Acer View Post
    Personally,,,I think Brandon has this all planned out,,,he just keeps setting his hook, line, and sinker!
    Agreed! Winter Lynx in camo...hmmm....what can I sell. I don't really need a car do I? I mean, think about how much better shape I'd be in for hiking if I sold my car...

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