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    Whoopieslings.com adjustable ridgeline for me. And trial by error That's all you really have until you figure out how things best work for you

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    Re: Double nest ridgeline

    I thought the rule of thumb for rl length was 83% ? I started at 83% and played with it, found the 83% about right.

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    Double nest ridgeline

    Quote Originally Posted by craige View Post
    I thought the rule of thumb for rl length was 83% ? I started at 83% and played with it, found the 83% about right.
    I've always been told 83% as well. Mine is set at about 85% and is perfect. Everyone is different HYOH

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    Another fan of the adjustable RL. I don't use the same distance depending on how long I have to make my suspension straps off of the trees for some reason.
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    You can get all fancy with it or you can go simple like I do: paracord and a toggle. Adjust it to the trees you're hanging between and move on to the next camp chore. No need in over-thinking something simple like a string.

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