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    Thanks Brandon

    Thank you Brandon for the new blackbird that I just received (the same day you released the video on the XLC... Oh well.) As well as the new big mamajamba. And thank you also for the great service on my netless ridgerunner fiasco. Everybody makes mistakes, but its what you do about them that makes you great. I hope you didn't have too many that came out like that. The blackbird is fantastic looking, very professional stitching, finish, and I love the adjustable webbing suspension.

    One question (to anybody that knows): do I need to install any kind of drip lines or does the water run right off the buckles?

    Thanks again
    Mark

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    Quote Originally Posted by Markusforreal View Post
    One question (to anybody that knows): do I need to install any kind of drip lines or does the water run right off the buckles?

    Thanks again
    Mark
    Those buckles (as with most hardware) act as drip lines - as long as they're under the tarp, which they should be with the Mamajamba.
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    I thought they might... I replaced my old Hennessy with the blackbird, I used the tarp connectors as drip lines seeing as I never used them for the tarp.

    Thanks for the answer, Ive never had the buckle suspension before, soo glad I went with it.

    Mark

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