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    Quote Originally Posted by VT ONETIME View Post
    Started my zing it Whoopie last night. Just need to set up hammock so I know the length I want the Whoopie. Typically what is a ballpark length of zing it to start with?
    You are making Whoopies from Zing It? Interesting Choice. I am not sure I would do that. To be certain someone with more experience will chime in here.
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    Whoopies on Eno

    I got 7/64 amsteel whoopies and tree straps from JRB, and looped twice through the ends of my DN like Theosus suggested. I use a marlin spike hitch with aluminum toggles. Works great.

    Later I took it apart to remove the ridgeline and I put it back together looping once only. Still works fine.

    I like the whoopies because of adjustability but also for the reduced bulk. I didn't think the ridgeline added anything though.

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    Definetly much lighter. Much less bulk. All that i can't get it the hammock stuff sack is the tree straps, but with smaller webbing i'm sure it can be done. Everything could possibly be in one bag.

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