You've gotten some good ideas already, and I don't know if this useful or not but... I know of no easy way to fasten with webbing, if that is what you meant. The advantage of 1/8" Dacron parachute cord for us, was that after fastening the tramp's sewn in bolt rope
edge, by going through the matching aluminum
track, we could use the cord on the opposing corners first.
By going around 4 times, and pulling it REALLY tight, (like a truckers hitch), followed by 3 half hitches, we could get them tensioned properly. I did one part way, then the other, then more tension, etc...
We then started in the middle grommet, going left of C followed by right of C, and did similar lashings from the tramp grommets, to its hardware
, 6" away... all the way around.
This allowed us to get it SO damn tight, that it only sags about an inch when walked on, and provides sure footing. We came back and put a drop of epoxy
on the outer surface of the lashing's half hitches only, so they can't untie. I come back every 5 years and remove the tramp, paint
it with two coats of liquid vinyl, and re-lash it with new cord. 20,000 miles and 14 years later, our two tramps, maintained in this way, are still like new!
If you can find it, black cord holds up better in the UVs, and looks better too. Either will work
Oh yes... With much less effort we could have "laced it" zig zag fashion like most folks do, but not as tightly, and I never liked a system where only one failure made them all let go.
Just a thought... Mark