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    compatibility WBBB/Jacks R better UQ

    I've got a trip coming up really soon and there is no Yeti 3 season UQ available from Warbonnet. Is there a JRB UQ that would fit as well/be compatible with my WBBB 1.7?

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    Any of their underquilts except for The Nest will work. I've own several of their quilts and they work great with my WBBB. They have super fast shipping too because their quilts are almost always in stock.

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    I use a JRB UQ and it works well. I use a piece of shock cord up over the top of of the hammock to the foot box to keep the UQ from slipping off of the foot box, but I think a button or a Dutch hook would work better, because the cord is wearing a shiny spot on my bug net.
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    Yeah, the Greylock quilt kicks butt in the WBBB. Just make sure that the shelf is tied out really tight and doesn't have too much weight in it, otherwise you will compress the quilt on that side.
    Keep on Keepin' on ya'll!

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    My video response......a JRB on my Blackbird.
    Carry forth.
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    I have a JRB MW4 that worked like a champ on a WBBB. I did have to play around a bit to figure out how to get the foot end attached right, so that it would not slip off the end, but after that was figured out it worked like a charm and all stayed in place all night.

    I have an MW3 convertible model which I have never attached to that hammock, but I know it would work fine, and I especially have confidence that it would in short mode. I generally find the shorter UQs require less nessing around with than the full length, at least on non-bridge hammocks. I'm sure any JRB will work just fine on the WBBB.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BillyBob58 View Post
    I have a JRB MW4 that worked like a champ on a WBBB. I did have to play around a bit to figure out how to get the foot end attached right,...
    What was your solution?

    Quote Originally Posted by BillyBob58 View Post
    I have an MW3 convertible model which I have never attached to that hammock, but I know it would work fine, and I especially have confidence that it would in short mode. I generally find the shorter UQs require less nessing around with than the full length, at least on non-bridge hammocks. I'm sure any JRB will work just fine on the WBBB.
    My UQ is a JRB MW3 Convertible and it's almost perfect as is and is perfect once the minor footbox problem (which is probably too strong of a word for it) is remedied.
    Last edited by Beast 71; 10-11-2013 at 22:59.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shug View Post
    My video response......a JRB on my Blackbird.
    Carry forth.
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    Shug, which JRB do you use? I'm looking for a full length UQ, I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vanRijn View Post
    Shug, which JRB do you use? I'm looking for a full length UQ, I think.
    I have a full length Hudson River 20 and a Partial length Greylock 4 rated to 0 to -5.
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