TQ Baffle Question
So I've got all my materials and I'm just waiting to get some free time to make my UQ and TQ. I've got everything set for the UQ, but I'm wondering something about the TQ.... The TQ's I've seen all have horizontal baffles. Is there a reason for this, or would vertical baffles work just the same? I can't figure why there would be any difference? Thanks in advance for clearing things up or for supporting what I already think :D
I believe that it helps to control the amount of down that shifts around. With a TQ you are moving around on it a lot, which could cause all the down to go to the foot end if you ran vertical baffles. Just my thoughts on it :)
Do horizontal baffles. You don't want the down shifting down to your feet or hanging out just at your head.
Originally Posted by hikingdad
Thanks guys.... I knew there was a reason I didn't see any TQ's like that :)
Now on UQ's people do vertical baffles so that they can easily move down to the places where they may need more protection.
A properly stuffed UQ won't let down shift anywhere!
For a TQ, I would recommend running the baffles side to side. But it's your TQ; if you want to run them diagonal, go for it! :)