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    Quote Originally Posted by Caveman View Post
    I've spent somewhere around 100 nights in my micro. I've never noticed any stretch and never had to sleep on the ground. My guess is that they rate the fabric on the low end just to be safe. I'm willing to take the risk and it has paid off for me. I love my micro.
    That's what I wanted to hear! Glad things are workin good for ya caveman! I've kind of came to same conclusion as far as risk in hammocks. Since I never hang anywhere I wouldn't be willing to fall I am less concerned about some of the weight standards. At most ill have an expensive gear lesson lol.

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    One last question(yeah right lol)...is the weight listed on the website for the hammock include the ridgeline and chain links? Or is it just the hammock body and stuff sack?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheIrishmanHangeth View Post
    One last question(yeah right lol)...is the weight listed on the website for the hammock include the ridgeline and chain links? Or is it just the hammock body and stuff sack?
    The weights include all but the ridgeline (hammock, channel loops, sack, sack cord and cordlock). The weights were taken pre-ridgeline included. The standard fixed 9' ridgeline weighs .2 oz. Add that to the weights posted for a hammock + RL total.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbrianb View Post
    The weights include all but the ridgeline (hammock, channel loops, sack, sack cord and cordlock). The weights were taken pre-ridgeline included. The standard fixed 9' ridgeline weighs .2 oz. Add that to the weights posted for a hammock + RL total.

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    Thanks Brian!! Appreciate the reply!

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    I used to own a Nano and the fabric was thicker than on my WWM. I didn't say stronger, just thicker. I didn't look to see if the GT is nylon or polyester, but I remember it as being low stretch with my 145# in it, and there is a little stretch in my newer WWM.

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