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17877Re: [Hammock Camping] Stands

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  • Ralph Oborn
    Jul 26, 2007
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      On 7/26/07, Rick <ra1@...> wrote:
      >
      > Hi Ralph,
      >
      > The wood stand I have on my main page is cheap and works well. Cost is
      > about $20 if I remember right. It takes some space to move it unless
      > you do a lot of disassembly. It is perfect if you have a pickup.
      >
      > Ed's metal pipe version (version 2 with larger pipe) works well too. I
      > have one that I put together. It is much easier to put this one in the
      > trunk of a car. Unfortunately, the pieces cost me about $200. Weight
      > is about 75 pounds, so it takes two trips to move the pieces when
      > carried by hand.
      >
      > The version that I built from steel pipe does not have a brace across
      > the bottom. It works fine on ground, but does not work well if used on
      > a slippery surface.
      >
      > Rick



      A friend of mine spent two years as a Mormon Missionary in Guatamala
      sleeping in a hammock. Now he's in back in college and misses the comfort,
      but he can't put holes in his apartment wall.

      I already had him looking at your plans, I'll look at the others also.

      Thanks (all)

      Ralph


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