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    New Member Joe Fowler's Avatar
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    How much webbing do I need..?

    I'm looking to make my own ring buckle and strap suspension. How much webbing should I get for each end? Anyone know how much Warbonnet gives you?

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    Senior Member lazy river road's Avatar
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    I believe WB gives two fifteen ft sections for each end of the hammock. Some one correct me if I'm wrong but I'm pretty sure its 15.
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    WB used to send 15 feet but I think it got shortened to 12 feet. My first WB I got I received 15 foot straps. My most recent one I received 12 foot traps.

    12 to 15 is good for most areas but if your area has larger trees or if they are more spread out you may want to go 15+.
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    New Member Joe Fowler's Avatar
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    Perfect. Thanks!

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