Hrm...not much room to sleep in a Wrangler. Not sure why I'd want to, really, but once I got the idea I had to figure it out. I used a normal sized hammock, but it was a little bit too long so I had to wrap the hammock body around the roll bar. Actually, it worked out good because if I put it around the corner, the hammock doesn't slide forward on the roll bar.
|It's easier to keep the passenger side of the hammock from sliding back if the plastic brackets are still screwed in, but I had them off for this picture. I made it work well enough using Spectra, but I'm not sure if it would work without the brackets if I used webbing.
I used one piece of Spectra attached at one end like on the Hammock Supports page, strung it across like a ridgeline, and tied it with a slipknot on the other end. I didn't need a ridgeline, but attaching it that way keeps me from tying a knot onto the Jeep.
|I'm 5'10" and it's just long enough for me to fit in with the roof up and the doors on. I left them off for the picture, though.|
|Here is my younger son inside the hammock. You can see how close the console is to the hammock. If I hang too low the console pokes into me...just gotta make sure it's hung tight enough.|