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    ridgerunner slight blems

    if anyone is interested we have some slight cosmetic blems of the double layer ridgerunner

    one type has one saddlebag that rides 3" or so higher than the saddlebag on the other side, once you put something heavy in it, it gets weighted down to the normal level, but rides a little high when empty....these are 40$ off

    another type the saddlebags both hang slightly too low when unzipped so that stuff might fall out of the pockets when the net is not being used. (sits where it should when netting is in use). to correct this we added 2 small loops and you clip them together with a micro biner to take up a couple inches of slack when using without the netting. with this mod it works perfectly, but just requires you to clip that micro biner on there when you want to use it with the netting stuffed away...these are 20$ off

    to order just send me an email (warbonnetoutdoors@gmail.com)

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    Wait a minute... a Warbonnet Ridgerunner for$155? Am I reading that correctly?
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    Someone please snag these up. I have to fight the urge, because if I give in, then I'll want the Spindrift to go with it.

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    I didn't even notice it came out! Shows how much I've been paying attention.

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    I'd be all over these if I hadn't just received my WBRR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmcttr View Post
    I'd be all over these if I hadn't just received my WBRR.
    Ah,timing.Mine arrived yesterday.What a great piece of gear.Not going to sweat the 40$.

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    WBRR Blem is Great!

    I got one of the "type 2" RR blems. I've been using it every night in the backyard for the past two weeks (i.e., since the day I got it).

    I didn't know what the blemish was until I just read this thread. As advertised, the hammock works great and I consider it to be a great value, at $40 off.

    I found that getting a good deal on this RR helped me justify getting an additional hammock that I didn't really need. Once I got it, I then had to get compatible tarp, UQ, sock, etc (it was fun to be able to justify getting additional new stuff!).

    Brandon, do you still have any more of these RR blems available?

    If so, I may get a few more -- to have some available for friends and family.

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    This is a year old thread, you might want to contact him directly.

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