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    hennessey bug net removal

    i was at a boy scout Rendezvous this weekend hanging in my hammock and started talking to another hanger there about replacing my hennessey in the future because i don't like dealing with the bug net in the winter with the quilts and all and getting one that does not have a net. his suggestion was that someone on the forum here does a conversion to make the net removable with zippers. anyone know who it is?

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    2QZQ Does the zipper mod...

    http://www.2qzqhammockhanger.com/page18.html
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    Why not just make another hammock for winter use and as a spare in the summer?
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    that was the name he told me, thanks. i couldn't remember all the letters.

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    Just get a simple gathered end for winter and save the weight... It would cost as much as the work 2qzq does... Although they do excellent work...
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