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Re: [Hammock Camping] Digest Number 669

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  • zippydooda
    Ya, it s called the b-pillar and is usually very strong as long as you tie to the actual pillar, and not just to the window frames, if you get the distinction.
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      Ya, it's called the b-pillar and is usually very strong as long as
      you tie to the actual pillar, and not just to the window frames, if
      you get the distinction.

      Bill in Houston

      --- In hammockcamping@yahoogroups.com, rosaleen43@a... wrote:
      > Jamie-
      > One way you should be able to hang your hammock from your
      car/vehicle would
      > be to tie one rope around its "B" pillar, maybe above the door. I
      think I have
      > the term right. The support columns along the sides of cars are
      called
      > "pillars." A is by the windshield, B is between the front and rear
      seat
      > compartments, IIRC.
      >
      > Someone will surely jump in if I am wrong. (Shane?)
      >
      > Rosaleen
      >
      > > From: "chcoa" <jdeben@h...>
      > > Subject: Who took the trees?
      > >
      > >
      > > I'm going to be doing some desert car camping pretty soon and I
      of
      > > course want to use my hammock. I brought this up not too long
      ago
      > > but wanted to ask one more question....has anyone used their
      vehicle
      > > roof rack as one hanging point? I'm thinking I might be able to
      find
      > > one suitable Palo Verde or Mesquite but will likely have to use
      my
      > > SUV for the other side. Anyone try this method before???
      > >
      > > Jamie in AZ
      > >
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