Re: [Hammock Camping] Whipping website
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, tim garner <slowhike@y...>
>Sounds like you got it. When you set it up for the first time, you
> that`s a good illustration of whipping. now, to make sure i
> understand your earlyer post, after whipping the end of the
> hammock, you take a length of webbing & sew a loop at one end, then
> run the other end of the webbing through the loop to form a loop
> that will pull tight on the hammock & this should not be able to
> pull past the whipping. just want to be sure i got it right
> before i trust my poor back to it. ...thanks
can put some weight on it and check the ends before you actually
climb in. I haven't had any problems with slippage, but the type of
material might affect this. I've used DWR nylon and untreated nylon.
When I use Spectra instead of webbing, I hook it to the hammock in
the same way.