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    WTB Grandt Trunk Nano 7, Whoopie Sling suspension, MLD UL Hammock Tarp

    My brother decided to take the plunge on some hammock gear with me so were looking to get him set up with some UL equipment.

    Looking for a grand trunk Nano 7, whoopie slings and tree straps, and a MLD UL Hammock Tarp. Thanks guys

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    Check with butt in sling the micro they have is a little lighter and longer

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    Senior Member SGT Rock's Avatar
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    I've got a nano 7 already set up with whoopie slings somewhere, and some tree straps too. I'll see if I can find it.
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    Senior Member SGT Rock's Avatar
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    I found it. It's the one I used a few years back in the sub 5 pound Super Ultralight Challenge http://hikinghq.net/sul.html. The point was to create a backpacking system with hammock that was under 5 pounds for all your gear. I stripped it down as much as possible for that hike.

    Currently it has all labels removed and 3.5' whoopie slings installed. The caribeners that came with it are somewhere unknown at this point. It weighs a scant 5.41 ounces as is. I can dig up some tree straps and toggles to go with it if you are interested.
    NO SNIVELING!
    www.hikinghq.net - Hiking H.Q.
    www.bmtguide.com - the BMT Thru Hiker's Guide

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    @ rckdaddy, I picked up a WWM for myself about a month ago. Looks like a great hammock, looking forward to using it. My brother is a short dude, only 5'4", so I think he will do just fine with the nano and I believe if you swap out the carabiner suspension for some whoopies its actually lighter than the WWM. I could be wrong on that though. Thanks for the suggestion.

    @sgtrock, Im sending you a PM with some questions. Sounds like a great setup!

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    funny money, you're inbox is full...

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