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    FS: 1.8 ACU Hammocks are Back (limited run)

    I recently posted a FS thread for some fabric and hammocks to help support a scout project. We ran about 35 orders! It was a great effort and it helped contribute to making nearly 35 hammocks for both a Boy Scout troop and Cub Scout Tiger den I serve with.

    https://www.hammockforums.net/forum/...ad.php?t=67979

    Well, we have enough fabric left for 5 final full setup SL hammocks! This is the last of our material and will help cover the last costs for the project.


    FS: $60: 1.8* SL hammock. 10' or 11'. Includes ridgeline, 6' whoopies, 6' tree straps and toggles - includes PP fees and CONUS shipping. I'll remove the suspension and drop $10 from the price or add an adjustable ridgeline and dutch titanium ridgeline biner for $10.

    Sorry, no international shipping or double layer orders please. Also, the original cost was $55 but we found that shipping/packaging costs were $5 more on average than we planned during the last project.

    First 5 "I'll take it." goes home with a great hammock.


    As a note, the first run was very popular. Some quotes from those that purchased thus far:
    "I tried mine out in the yard last night and oh my was it nice and comfy."
    "I'm currently swinging gently in my new rig in the backyard. This is a suh-weet hammock. The fabric feels nice and soft with just a touch of give. Craftsmanship is top notch. Can't wait to test it in the woods!"
    "I was excited to get it hung and man it is comfy. I was not sure what to expect. I just figured I'd support what you were doing with the scouts. Man ya'll exceeded my expectations."


    *Originally listed as 1.6 but some folks weighed it and it showed to be a bit heavier than advertised. This fabric has a great feel to it!

    Edit: The weights for this setup are:
    18.4 oz. : 1.8 SL 11' complete hammock w/ suspension.
    14.2 oz. : 1.8 SL 11' hammock w/ ridgeline and no other suspension.
    Last edited by breyman; 03-05-2013 at 09:00.
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    Re: FS: 1.8 ACU Hammocks are Back (limited run)

    I'll take one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by theflb View Post
    I'll take one!
    PM sent with payment details.

    Four left.

    I'll be offline for a while - until this afternoon. Keep things coming and I'll respond/straighten anything out upon my return later today.
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    I will take one

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    Payment sent. PM sent. Thanks Brian

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    If only I lived south of the border!

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    I'LL take one provided

    I'd like one in 11 ft please provided it would meet my weight requirement.

    What would you say is the weight limit?

    Edit: I'll take one. PM incoming
    Last edited by motocory; 03-05-2013 at 10:06.

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    Quote Originally Posted by motocory View Post

    What would you say is the weight limit?
    Use this link to PapaSmurf's web site and click on "fabric's" and there you will find a graph which shows weigh limits for a given fabric.

    http://www.dream-hammock.com/ChoosingPage.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cranky Bear View Post
    Use this link to PapaSmurf's web site and click on "fabric's" and there you will find a graph which shows weigh limits for a given fabric.

    http://www.dream-hammock.com/ChoosingPage.html
    Thanks for the link!

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    I'll take one!
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