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  1. #11
    MAD777's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by NICKBENOIT55 View Post
    So your whoopies are made from dynaglide cord?
    Yes, I'm using Dynaglide and I weigh 200#.
    Mike
    "Life is a Project!"

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    Started using the single ring shown by Griz. I know the rings add weight but the cordage doesn't double back and weight albeit very little is saved there. I've just found the ring method versatile.

    I haven't weighed either system.

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    I love my whoopies and the Dutch clips on my tree straps with the marlin spike hitch. Light and simple.
    "I love not man the less, but Nature more."
    Byron

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    Was using whoopies for a bit, but now going back to full webbing. It weighs a bit more but I prefer the range of adjustability with webbing.

  5. #15
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    Quote Originally Posted by NICKBENOIT55 View Post
    That's my favorite too. The whoopie suspension it's so easy to adjust.
    Quote Originally Posted by NICKBENOIT55 View Post
    Yeah i bet it is awsome. Could u put up a pic so I can check it out? Thanks Nick
    Quote Originally Posted by NICKBENOIT55 View Post
    So your whoopies are made from dynaglide cord?
    Quote Originally Posted by NICKBENOIT55 View Post
    When my BB came in I hated the adjustable webbing suspension. Now i have a whoopie suspension from dutch and I love it.
    Quote Originally Posted by NICKBENOIT55 View Post
    My favorite is a whoopie suspension from Dutch.

    Check out what I just learned

    http://www.hammockforums.net/forum/s...ad.php?t=66031

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    New Member RED531's Avatar
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    im partial to whoppies myself, but i wouldn't mind trying cinch buckles

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    Member Jhb627's Avatar
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    Tree straps marlinspike hitch. Spyderline using a buntline hitch knot.

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    Harbor Freight 1" wide 12' long (same as Mad777 is refering to above) yellow straps with an Elephant Trunk and Dynaglide dogbone. I don't really like whoopies anymore.
    Happy Hangin!!!


    AKA BajaHanger

    You cannot solve a problem with the same mind that created it. -Albert Einstein

  9. #19
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    Am I the only one who uses the trucker's hitch to make the loop to go around the MSH?

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    Senior Member pauljm116's Avatar
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    Mine is tree straps with dutch clips to whoopies using a marlin spike and toggles. Quick and easy to set up and much lighter than the standard webbing my hammock came with.

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