Do you guys find that a particular diameter toggle is too small or too large? is there an advantage to a 3/8" toggle vs a 1/4" diameter toggle, specifically does it contribute to the size of the knot that the sling attaches to, or does a smaller toggle make the MSH harder to remove?
I have some al tubing at the house that's probably a hair over 1/4" in diameter. I've heard people mentioning al arrow shafts that seem a little bigger, but not much. I had considered using some light-weight carabiners on the minor axis as a toggle and then puting the leads for the whoopie through the gate as a precaution in case the whoopie slipped off the knot. Sounds like biners would add unnecessary weight though...hence the toggle was born.
Also, assuming you make your own, what are you using for toggles? What have you learned in using them other than Shug's famous slow motion whoopie goes over the knot...not the toggle!