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    What's your favorite suspension?

    I wanna know what's your favorite suspension and why?

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    Barney Stinson

    "Legen....wait for it."

    My favorite is the Warbonnet adjustable webbing for it's simplicity.

    For lighter weight, I like Dutch Whoopie Hooks with dynaglide whoopie slings.

    "...dary."
    Last edited by Rooster; 01-11-2013 at 16:30.

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    5' tree straps made of 1" wide polyester rated at 900# from Harbor Freight (ugly yellow color) and 5.5' long Dynaglide whoopies. All this attached to the hammock with a small continuous loop of Dynaglide and a Dutch Whoopie Hook.

    This will work for 18" diameter trees spaced 20' apart with an 11' hammock.

    At 70 grams per pair, it's very light. Whoopies are the easiest system for me. I despise every buckle system and I've tried most of them.
    Mike
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    This one:


    6-8' tree straps (depending on the size of the trees in the areas I'm going to) with 6' inverted whoopie slings with a whoopie hook on the end to attach to a continuous loop on the end of the hammock.

    Not quite as fast as some others, but it's very light, easy, modular and easy to adjust.
    Brian
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    I really like my webbing straps and whoopies I made. way better for weight and quick adjustment is nice. beats slapstraps and biners anyday

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    Quote Originally Posted by breyman View Post
    This one:


    6-8' tree straps (depending on the size of the trees in the areas I'm going to) with 6' inverted whoopie slings with a whoopie hook on the end to attach to a continuous loop on the end of the hammock.

    Not quite as fast as some others, but it's very light, easy, modular and easy to adjust.
    That's my favorite too. The whoopie suspension it's so easy to adjust.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zombieforce View Post
    I really like my webbing straps and whoopies I made. way better for weight and quick adjustment is nice. beats slapstraps and biners anyday
    Yeah i bet it is awsome. Could u put up a pic so I can check it out? Thanks Nick

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    Quote Originally Posted by MAD777 View Post
    5' tree straps made of 1" wide polyester rated at 900# from Harbor Freight (ugly yellow color) and 5.5' long Dynaglide whoopies. All this attached to the hammock with a small continuous loop of Dynaglide and a Dutch Whoopie Hook.

    This will work for 18" diameter trees spaced 20' apart with an 11' hammock.

    At 70 grams per pair, it's very light. Whoopies are the easiest system for me. I despise every buckle system and I've tried most of them.
    So your whoopies are made from dynaglide cord?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooster View Post
    Barney Stinson

    "Legen....wait for it."

    My favorite is the Warbonnet adjustable webbing for it's simplicity.

    For lighter weight, I like Dutch Whoopie Hooks with dynaglide whoopie slings.

    "...dary."
    When my BB came in I hated the adjustable webbing suspension. Now i have a whoopie suspension from dutch and I love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NICKBENOIT55 View Post
    I wanna know what's your favorite suspension and why?
    My favorite is a whoopie suspension from Dutch.

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