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    where did you get it? and for how much?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Counselor View Post
    where did you get it? and for how much?
    Randy found them at The Command Post on I-45 @ Airtex and they are $89. Unfortunately, we bought the last two they had.

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    they are on ebay for 45 plus shipping - 15-25 bucks - i'm going to pick one up - they will be great for when the wife joins us. much cheaper then buying an UQ and TQ

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    Just be prepared. They are HEAVY!

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    I have the intermeadiate and the EXTREME, yes they are heavier than the new modern ultra light, stuff that packs in to a match box, BUT, We wern't trying to find a set up for packing or hiking.

    That Extreme bag, takes the place of all the other stuff, pads, undercovers, top covers, pad extenders, CCF OCF, PDQ and XYZ stuff.

    Just a plain old open top inexpensive hammock , the bag and a tarp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Counselor View Post
    they are on ebay for 45 plus shipping - 15-25 bucks - i'm going to pick one up - they will be great for when the wife joins us. much cheaper then buying an UQ and TQ
    Both the Command Post on 45 @Airtex and Top Brass @45 and Main have the intermeadiates for $49.00

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    Weather forecast indicates it will hit 34* in my neck of the woods Saturday night. Sure will be a good night to test the Extreme!

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    I am going to get the extreme - they are all used, right? for 89?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Counselor View Post
    I am going to get the extreme - they are all used, right? for 89?
    That's it.

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    dude. why are you online? what have you guys been doing all day?

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