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  1. #31
    New Member aloga72's Avatar
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    Vargo Outdoors "Ascent" Titanium Snow Stakes from zpacks.com

    They are lighter than the MSR groundhogs but just as functional

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    I use carbon fiber stakes from TiGoat. I wasn't satisfied with the holding power & strength of the Ti stakes so gave TiGoat's a shot. Holding power is excellent and only 7 grams each.

    Ryan

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    ground stakes

    number 14 aluminum knitting needles.

    With a key ring through the end.
    Weight,.... next to nothing. Cost, about $1.00 apiece.
    Plenty of grip in any soil or snow.
    Never more than one man left behind, so far !

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    +1 on the DIYGearSupply (BWDD) stakes. The color helps me find them if dropped.



    Quote Originally Posted by JohnSawyer View Post
    nobody's voting for Diygearsupply's aluminum stakes? Cheaper than groundhogs...



    $1.09 ea...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raul Perez View Post

    However for those bitterly cold days where the ground is cement. Roofing nails.
    When you say Roofing Nails do you mean Gutter nails? Because I didn't think roofing nails were any longer than 1-1/2"
    Love many, trust few & always paddle your own canoe. American Proverb

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    Senior Member Roadrunnr72's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by ldcakes View Post
    When you say Roofing Nails do you mean Gutter nails? Because I didn't think roofing nails were any longer than 1-1/2"
    I was guessing that he was one of those "smaller" hilkers and didn't need much tarp, or stakes to hold it!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roadrunnr72 View Post
    I was guessing that he was one of those "smaller" hilkers and didn't need much tarp, or stakes to hold it!!
    Hey, I'm "smaller"...Recon I could get by with a 6 penny nail?
    Love many, trust few & always paddle your own canoe. American Proverb

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    gutter nails,,but going to get some Ti Stakes from Lawsons to lighten up a bit,,I have to carry enough for me and the wife..gutter nails tho stick even in wet ground.

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    Ground Hogs with my tarp lines permanently affixed to them, figure 9 biners on my tarp corners.

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