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    What are the dimensions of the tent stake organizers? I didn't see them on the website.

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    Brandon, does it come with tent stakes, lines, etc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seadug View Post
    What are the dimensions of the tent stake organizers?.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cabmanhang View Post
    I liked it so much that I made something like it.



    I'm sure it is nowhere near the quality of warbonnet, but it is definitely a *Tarp* stake roll.
    Your DIY version looks pretty good actually

    ...Ours is 20" x 15.5" fully open, made of PU coated 70d, weighs 1.0 oz...you could do lighter fabric possibly but stakes can get kinda sharp so I went with the slightly heavier stuff for durability

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    Quote Originally Posted by warbonnetguy View Post
    Your DIY version looks pretty good actually

    ...Ours is 20" x 15.5" fully open, made of PU coated 70d, weighs 1.0 oz...you could do lighter fabric possibly but stakes can get kinda sharp so I went with the slightly heavier stuff for durability

    Hey, that is a much appreciated and valued compliment. I've owned the blackbird and know how great the quality of your products look, feel and perform.

    I saw your post about the new stake roll you've added to your lineup and I was so intrigued that I waded through my leftovers and a piece of rbtr hyperd 300 was a prime candidate.

    It came out a bit smaller due to the fabric limitation.

    All credit goes to you. Great design and very useful product.

    I'd highly recommend anyone to buy this great *tarp* stake roll from warbonnet.

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    Well not my idea so much...I bought a couple for tools and ended using one for stakes and realized how well it works. Wasn't sure if anybody else currently has a lightweight version like this for stakes or not, very well could be similar ones out there

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    Quote Originally Posted by warbonnetguy View Post
    Well not my idea so much...I bought a couple for tools and ended using one for stakes and realized how well it works. Wasn't sure if anybody else currently has a lightweight version like this for stakes or not, very well could be similar ones out there
    It's very similar to a chef's knife roll, which was the first thing I thought of. That's not a knock on it in any way - it looks like a good product and I like the shock cord closure system.

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    You guys just had to keep bringing this up, huh? I managed to resist it the first time around, but now I decided I need this in my life lol! Ordered.

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    I tried to talk myself out of buying this but just couldn’t resist! It’s on its way here now!

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    -4 tarp stakes
    -1 stake + lineloc for pulling out Eldorado Net
    -cordage for ThunderFly tarp beaks
    -split tarp ridgeline with Nama Cord Claws
    -telescoping fire bellow
    -fork (stored outside for easy access during lunchtime)

    Some things I noted:
    It is much more of a blaze orange than the website pics seem to suggest IMO. I was expecting something similar to their Autumn Orange, but honestly I think the blaze is a better choice here.

    I assumed that the “proper” way to wrap it would be to fold the top down and then roll it; but for a couple reasons, I think I’d prefer to roll it first, then fold the top down. Of course, in both scenarios, the final step is still to wrap the shock cord around it.

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