I prefer two lines pulling out, not only is it less line but things tend to get twisted in a stuff sack. All those attachment points don't help matters,
Going on 4 years use with the same line on the very first Toxoway, not a single sign of any wear at all. Once it's set in place and everything is staked down there is little movement in any part of the set up to create any rubbing. My 2cents. I have different set ups on different tarps, but thats more for experimenting than any good reason.
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One thing I have noticed with the edge tarp (cat cut)and WBBB is the cont RL ends up about a ft higher than the tarp.Am I doing something wrong?
http://theultimatehang.com/2012/05/r...with-hardware/ check out the very bottom diagram I use the set up at the very bottom of the diagram
Last edited by krshome; 07-24-2013 at 19:30.
I should add that many tarps have a cat cut ridgeline so you are going to have some gap between the line and tarp ridge but you just want to try and minimize it like I mentioned above. That's how I do it anyway.
Hmm, perhaps I have my venacular mixed up.
I think of continous as going around the trees and attached to the tarp in a big loop kind of like a clothes line between two apartment buildings.
Some of you are talking about a line coming off each end of the tarp to the trees.
My current setup is a single full length ridge line connected to the trees, not around them and back to the tarp. The tarp slides along the ridge line via prussic but the line doesn't move when I do this. Like draped over a fixed clothesline between two poles in your back yard.
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