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    Senior Member cavediver2's Avatar
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    Equinox UL Tarp

    anyone have any dealing with this tarp good or bad I have a buddy of mine that is thinking about getting rid of his.
    I think it is 10 x 8 if im correct.

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    nice tarp. I have used it many times as a place to cook under when the weather is bad

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    Equinox makes the Campmor silnylon tarps - we have a 10' x 12' - had a lot of use and works great. It comes in 6' x 8' and 8' x 10'

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    Equinox Tarps - Grommets

    Quote Originally Posted by cavediver2 View Post
    anyone have any dealing with this tarp good or bad I have a buddy of mine that is thinking about getting rid of his.
    I think it is 10 x 8 if im correct.
    They use grommets around the perimeter instead of tieouts. I haven't had a problem w/durability, but I haven't used mine extensively, either. Others may chime in.
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    Tarp

    I have the same question as Cavediver I guess mine goes a bit further in I don't want to limit my hang options by getting a tarp that is too big. I like the weight on these as I do most of my hanging from a backpack situation and after a while every oz counts.Nov Camp Bear Mt 2.jpg

    As you can see the fly that I have right now limits what it can be used for other than keeping you dry. Not enough room to cook under or really much space for storage.

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