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    Quote Originally Posted by snwcmpr View Post
    I saw a 1.1 Dbl BB (Not XLC) in the Blem section and after more than a week, and no one else took it, I could not resist. Maybe 'She' can use it.
    I also found an unused MSR prototype stove that I bought today.

    Ken in NC
    1.1 DL is what I started with when I had a pad. Super comfortable. When I moved to an UQ I switched to a 1.1 SL. Where the DL was pretty forgiving if the hang wasn't perfect, the SL is a bit more finicky with regard to comfort if the hang isn't spot on...but when it's hung right, it's super comfortable.


    I got the bug for an 11 footer.
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    I needed 11' to get comfortable.
    Gonna spend some time at Davidson this week.
    I collect vintage camp stoves.
    I roast coffee at home.

    I am looking for a WB Wookie XL.

  3. #13

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    Quote Originally Posted by snwcmpr View Post
    I needed 11' to get comfortable.
    Gonna spend some time at Davidson this week.
    For me, it was a case of not knowing what I didn't know. I praised the standard BB as the best night sleep I EVER had, then I tried an eleven footer.

    I could upgrade to an XLC I suppose, but rather saw it as another DIY opportunity.


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