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    wtb: tarp and under quilt

    i am looking for a steal on theese items.

    i got my first hammock a hh exped and first thing i didnt like was the small tarp and the suspention, i am gonna diy the whoopie slings buy my sewing skills r nil that might change in the future but for now i need to buy these and i dont have lots of $$$.

    i'd like to find a large to xl tarp and any kind of uq for under $100 each and if anybody could help me get off the ground this year it would be a blessing

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    DD Hammocks XL tarp is:
    Size: 4.5m x 3m
    Colour: Olive green
    Weight: 980g
    Includes: 4 Guy ropes, 4 pegs and a small stuff sack
    Price: 39.00 (about $83 USD)

    It is huge! the website is:

    http://www.ddhammocks.com/products
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    looks like a good deal i will keep it in mind wut is the measure in ft but 15x9???

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    gnatx:
    there are 3.28 feet per meter.........so the dimensions of the the tarp would roughly come to 14.75' X 9.75'. That will give you a total of 143.9 square feet with this tarp. Not bad coverage for under $100. For an UQ take a look at the DIY UQ kits at Arrowhead Equipment. I have to of these kits that will be going under the thread injector next week!!!!!!!
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    also check out the threads on 'how to turn a sleeping bag into a 'peapod''; this will let you use stuff you probably already have...

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    i am not very good on the diy unless it is very simple and never sown anything ever

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    IMO this can't be beat!
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    think i am gonna go with a link for guide gear 12x12 i know it is HUGE but it is real cheap and just under 2 lb which is ok but wut i really want when i get some money is something like the wb edge in spinn

    as for an uq i prob wont find one for less than $100 too bad for me no winter hanging

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    Did you look at the AHE quilts? It will run you a little over budget but will extend your season a little too. I'm using the lost river and it works in 30* weather. Just waiting for the real cold to see how far it will go.
    Hope this helps and good luck in your search.

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    I love my Noah 12 which is a 12x12 and has ample amounts of tie outs. Paid $55 at REI on sale.

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