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    Has anyone had anyone ripped bug net storing chameleon with netting and peak loft artached?

    I'm wondering if anyone has ripped the mesh, or seen signs of wear, storing chameleon with peak loft and bug net installed? It seems like it may to me, and am curiois.

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    Why would the bug net rip? I'm not following your logic.
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    Abrasion from zippers, clips, etc.

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    Never heard or seen anyone complain about it.
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    Awesome, it made me leary, glad to see the feelings may be unfounded.

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    Bug nets typically rip under stress, not from being stored in a stuff sack.
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    Also I always make sure both sides are zipped closed

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    As do I but I installed the peak loft today and it had me thinking. Thank yall

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wmt90 View Post
    As do I but I installed the peak loft today and it had me thinking. Thank yall
    I have a peak shelf too - it's just plastic, shock cord and bugnet. Nothing to worry about. I just took mine out today for setup and general inspection.
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