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    Quote Originally Posted by raftingtigger View Post
    Product is live. Pictures not included yet but here they are. We have a limited supply, with VERY few 40cm stakes until mid August.Attachment 175886Attachment 175887
    Nice ..

    Does the boom has to be of certain length to a 30cm or 40cm nail stake?

    I guess maybe but I'm not sure ..



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    Quote Originally Posted by rasidi View Post
    Nice ..

    Does the boom has to be of certain length to a 30cm or 40cm nail stake?

    I guess maybe but I'm not sure ..



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    We use the same boom for either size stake. The longer the boom the more torque on the boom holes. The length of the stake (as long as it holds) does not change the torque on the boom holes.
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    Great. Got my Alamosas working on the Tensa Solo nicely. Pulling the nails straight out of a hardground is a bit of a problem though, but I can knock it back straight again everytime it bends ..

    With the Titanium nails, I see the hook will give more leverage as the nail 8mm diameter is a little too big for it to go through the hammer slot

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    Quote Originally Posted by rasidi View Post
    Great. Got my Alamosas working on the Tensa Solo nicely. Pulling the nails straight out of a hardground is a bit of a problem though, but I can knock it back straight again everytime it bends ..

    With the Titanium nails, I see the hook will give more leverage as the nail 8mm diameter is a little too big for it to go through the hammer slot

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    Not quite sure about your reference to the hook on the ti stakes. The original Alamosas (for the TiggzCraftworkz NoGround system) used aluminum spikes with a short SS sheath at the top end (where the torque is). This Stainless Steel sheath is a little larger than the 8mm ti stakes. The new booms have a marginally smaller stake hole. The 8mm ti stakes fit, but the old aluminum/SS ones will not. This is deliberate. However the old stakes would not pass all the way through - there was a cord for pulling them out.
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    Using pliers just twist the stake a few turns. Works wonders.
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    Quote Originally Posted by old4hats View Post
    Using pliers just twist the stake a few turns. Works wonders.
    Yep. Thanks for the tip.


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    Quote Originally Posted by raftingtigger View Post
    Not quite sure about your reference to the hook on the ti stakes. The original Alamosas (for the TiggzCraftworkz NoGround system) used aluminum spikes with a short SS sheath at the top end (where the torque is). This Stainless Steel sheath is a little larger than the 8mm ti stakes. The new booms have a marginally smaller stake hole. The 8mm ti stakes fit, but the old aluminum/SS ones will not. This is deliberate. However the old stakes would not pass all the way through - there was a cord for pulling them out.
    Ok. Noted with thanks.


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    Has anyone flown with their Tensa4 packed in their carry-on luggage (minus the orange screw)? I'm curious if security gave anyone any hassle for the stand itself. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amramsey View Post
    Has anyone flown with their Tensa4 packed in their carry-on luggage (minus the orange screw)? I'm curious if security gave anyone any hassle for the stand itself. Thanks.
    We are leaving tomorrow morning for Seattle. Direct flight so we packed the stands, tarp stakes, top quilt, and screws in our checked luggage. Hammocks, tarps, under quilts, and all straps are in our carry on. We can't replace the hammocks, straps, or under quilts easily (tarps I guess we could) so we figured it's safer to carry those and if something got lost there might be trees to use. If it had been connecting flights we were going to bring stands carry on. I'm assuming the only thing they would care about would be the orange screws maybe and tarp stakes. I shipped my normal EDC knife collection ahead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amramsey View Post
    Has anyone flown with their Tensa4 packed in their carry-on luggage (minus the orange screw)? I'm curious if security gave anyone any hassle for the stand itself. Thanks.
    Yes, I took mine with the orange screws to Hangcon in January. No problems.
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