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    BB questions

    I'm wondering if the WBBB would be compatible with a Speer PeaPod. Don't remember if there was a long version of the PP, at least mine is the low temp version.

    Also, if I'm 145 lbs, will the 1.1D have any benefits at all over the 1.1S except possibly being more mosquito resistant, or could I safely save that weight?

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    And does it play well with non-Yeti UQs (that are not asym), such as the Phoenix, Te-Wa, AHE Jarbridge?

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    Works well with my Incubator (the full version of the Phoenix). Can't answer the PeaPod question.
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    On the BB, the bugnet is permanently attached.

    The peapod cannot be used correctly without modifying the hammock.

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    Works very well with my winter phoenix and summer LeighLo as well.
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    I don't know about the peapod but it does work great with a Phoenix and a Incubator..

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    As per the site information, a 1.1s will be fine for people under 150lbs. The only advantage to a 1.1dbl would be if you ever want to use your pads...but i am hoping an experienced person can answer that. I haven't received mine yet
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    I use a kaq new river on mine, its all in adjusting quilt

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