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    New Tarp and outside pole question.

    Figure I already know the answer but is the New Tarp with tie outs added compatible with the Outside Pole Mod? I'm guessing it is but wanted to ask first. After getting the ol' tape measure out today to do some measuring I really don't need an 11 or 12' ridgeline and a 10' ridgeline will give me plenty of coverage. The new tarp will fit that and the small savings will allow my to get the supplies for my DIY UQ faster.

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    WL sets the panel pull outs at the same distance from the ridge line, so the ext pole mod should work perfectly. (And be Awesome!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by flatline View Post
    WL sets the panel pull outs at the same distance from the ridge line, so the ext pole mod should work perfectly. (And be Awesome!)
    __bob__
    Thanks I figured it would but best to ask up front. The 10' ridgeline will give me about 11" coverage over each end and will be perfect for my only hanging spot at home where it will probably see almost daily use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Craigthor View Post
    Thanks I figured it would but best to ask up front. The 10' ridgeline will give me about 11" coverage over each end and will be perfect for my only hanging spot at home where it will probably see almost daily use.
    The 10' ridge gives a tremendous area to "goof off" beneath.
    And with the addition of the outside pole mod it will be like a carport.
    That's my kinda tarp!
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    Looks like the New Tarp got a new name as well 'Bull Frog'

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