View Poll Results: Superfly Continuous Suspension, OVER or UNDER?

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  • Continuous Suspension Line is over the tarp.

    27 36.49%
  • Continuous Suspension Line is under the tarp.

    17 22.97%
  • I don't use a Continuous Suspension Line on my Superfly.

    30 40.54%
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  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by Roadrunnr72 View Post
    The stingerz hook right to the tarp ring. The flyz go on the guy line.
    Since the superfly uses a split ring at the end of the ridgeseam it's possible to thread the dutch fly right onto the end of the tarp and use a single strand of cord from tarp to tree.

  2. #22
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    Quote Originally Posted by warbonnetguy View Post
    Since the superfly uses a split ring at the end of the ridgeseam it's possible to thread the dutch fly right onto the end of the tarp and use a single strand of cord from tarp to tree.
    Didn't know that you used split rings on the tarps, thanks for the update......RR
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    New Member Adrenal's Avatar
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    No CRL here and have no problems , been using my superfly for almost a year now. I just tie out directly from each end with a micro-beaner...

    I've been in some pretty heavy rains (seems to always rain when I go out), and haven't had any water issues, just pull the doors closed tight.

  4. #24

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    Could someone explain the cat cut ridgeline part to me? I guess I don't understand what a cat cut ridgeline is, and how different hanging methods affect the hang. I understand cat cuts on the bottom edges, but not on the ridgeline. I have a MacCat Deluxe in Sil. Does it have a cat cut ridgeline? I have always used a CRL, with the tarp over top and haven't noticed a problem, but was thinking about trying some Dutchware and ditching the CRL.

  5. #25

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    Quote Originally Posted by weaver2469 View Post
    Could someone explain the cat cut ridgeline part to me? I guess I don't understand what a cat cut ridgeline is, and how different hanging methods affect the hang. I understand cat cuts on the bottom edges, but not on the ridgeline. I have a MacCat Deluxe in Sil. Does it have a cat cut ridgeline? I have always used a CRL, with the tarp over top and haven't noticed a problem, but was thinking about trying some Dutchware and ditching the CRL.
    Never mind. I searched a bit and figured it out. My tarp is straight across the top, and therefore wants to be hung pretty straight. Some brands have a curve in the top, which would suggest that it you would want to allow the ends of the tarp to go upward. I guess then you would either hang the ends really high, or suspend your tarp under a CRL. Right?

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