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Has anyone modded a Hennessy Hammock?

Discussion in 'DIY and Traditional crafts' started by WolfRock83, Jan 11, 2020.

  1. Woody girl

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    Beetles, dog bones, spiders?
    I've been hammocking for years and I've never heard of them!
    Is there any chance you could put up a few photos and explanations please?
    I've only just learned about webbing straps and carbiners a couple of years ago. A system that is easy for me but the binas are heavy.
    I use that on the dd.
    I have the same frustrations as wolfrock in tying the hennessy recommended knot to hang it up. It takes me ages as I always forget and do it wrong!
     
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    Sorry, just spent the last three hours figuring out the laws about samurai swords because someone tried to sell one here, and I want to get away from my screen, probably won't get on at all tomorrow, unless the sword seller is unhappy!
     
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    Happy to wait until you have the time and inclination.
     
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    The carabiners don’t need to be heavy, I’ve a couple of Camp 20kN on my hammock, they’re very lightweight. The Nano here:

    http://www.wesspur.com/carabiners/camp.html
     

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