yes, it s the bitter end that slides thru the tube and you adjust the rope right there (ie without having to untie the wrap around the tree). slowhikeMessage 1 of 31 , Aug 1, 2005View Sourceyes, it's the "bitter end" that slides thru the "tube" and you adjust the rope right there (ie without having to untie the wrap around the tree).
slowhike <slowhike@...> wrote: i wouldn`t mind having a quicker way to readjust. that`s why the little bar caught my atention. ...slowhike
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... I ve gone to a single ridge line from tree hugger to tree hugger with the hammock suspended below it using prussiks and biners. Works well, adjustsMessage 31 of 31 , Aug 7, 2005View SourceLeon Moonen wrote:
>Alternatively, I've thought of attaching short (~20 cm) loops to theI've gone to a single ridge line from tree hugger to tree hugger with
>hammock that are tied with a prusik knot to a double line rigged
>through the tree huggers. I haven't experimented with this yet but
>used prusik knot's while climbing an they can be easily adjusted and
>will hold serious weights (they 'bite' the rope when loaded).
>Is there anyone with experience using prusik's for hanging/adjusting a
the hammock suspended below it using prussiks and 'biners. Works
well, adjusts easily.