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    ENO in the apt?! I think so!

    I bought the eno hanging kit from Rei for $10. It has held me(215lbs) and my son(40lbs). And when you take the hammock down it doesn't look bad at all.

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    ive really been thinking about doing this lately... i have a wood panel room, im afraid of ripping them off because i dont quite trust studs...
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    Re: ENO in the apt?! I think so!

    Quote Originally Posted by gcy24 View Post
    ive really been thinking about doing this lately... i have a wood panel room, im afraid of ripping them off because i dont quite trust studs...
    Although not the most elegant solution... Attach a 2x4 running horizontally across 3-5 studs and hang from the 2x4 it will spread the forces out over a greater area... Maybe put a shelf on top of the 2x4 so it looks a little more purposeful...
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    I got a laugh reading this.
    I've been dieing to hang my hammock. Unfortunately the only two trees suitable to hang from are behind the garage.

    I however have been eyeing bottom of the floor joices in our basement. I've got tons of space down there to play with.
    Alternatively, I'd have to make a free standing stand as I can't reach the 12ft ceilings in the rest of the house, and most of our bedrooms are too wide to run lines to the walls.

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