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    Anyone really use this? It's small!!

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    Lots of people use it. I do and I like it a lot. I guess I'm small, too, though the Hennessey website says 6 ft. height and 200 lb. weight are max for this model, and that doesn't strike me as small. The Hennessey Explorer models are for taller/heavier individuals.

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    Last edited by kayak karl; 09-09-2013 at 20:01.
    I'm so confused, I'm not sure if I lost my horse or found a rope.

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    you talking about the tarp, right? yes, i've used it on the AT. i separated it from hammock with it's own suspension. you need to pick your location properly and put in storm mode if you expect heavy rain.
    I'm so confused, I'm not sure if I lost my horse or found a rope.

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    I don't use the little Hennessey tarp. I have a JRB 9x9 tarp that is still pretty light but offers more coverage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by William36 View Post
    Anyone really use this? It's small!!
    Yes, me. HH Hyperlite w/ after market slings and cuben fly, integrated side zip. Got mine down to 1 lb 7 oz. I'll add to it with a UL Darien hammock w/ bug sock so I can modulize the components leaving the netting behind when not needed.

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    I used my tarp one time and it worked well. I now use the hex.

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    Used to but went to a JRB 11 x 10 and it's probably my favorite piece of gear.
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