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    Samuel Hearne MikeWilkinson's Avatar
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    I've not been on the DD website for a long time (2 years nearly). Whilst looking around for some inspiration for DIYing an underblanket I popped onto the site today.

    Was very pleasantly surprised to see Dyneema cord (2.5mm Amsteel), Hammock suspension rings and Tree huggers - All at a very reasonable price.
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    Moderator & Poshcrafter™ Martin's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeWilkinson View Post
    I've not been on the DD website for a long time (2 years nearly). Whilst looking around for some inspiration for DIYing an underblanket I popped onto the site today.

    Was very pleasantly surprised to see Dyneema cord (2.5mm Amsteel), Hammock suspension rings and Tree huggers - All at a very reasonable price.
    Yeah, I noticed that last time I was on there. They seem to be really getting their act together on the product range now don't they?

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    just had a look a t the site,ive noticed the 1.8m x 2.8m DD tarpsolo their sellin for ground dwelling,this could work well with the travel hammocks in bivi set up i was thinkin.............

    glad to see the new stock on there tho,it was well over due

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    im loveing me dd travel hammock and the 3x3 dd tarp is great just need to work out the best way to put them up lol

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    here it is my dd hammock

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    I think mine are great
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    not shore how high the tarp and hammock should be off the ground

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    I have the Tarp higher than my head and the Hammock so I can sit in it But I'm sure everyone does it there own way.
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    yer that sounds like how i do my set up think thats how im going to do it

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    Quote Originally Posted by markal17 View Post
    yer that sounds like how i do my set up think thats how im going to do it
    I think it is easier to get in and out and in the morning I can put my boots on without touching the ground if it is wet
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