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    that 12 x 12 is HUGE i would never find places big enough to put it up.

    Jay

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    Jay, for the sort of backpacking you do a 3.66m x 3.66m (12' x 12') tarp is too large. This tarp does come in a 2.75m x 2.75m (9' x 9')size that would likely be better for you.

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    You have all convinced me. I will stay with my Speer Winter Tarp for now. I plan to use it through the Summer too when not using the supplied tarp with the Claytor. The dip in the hang of the hammock I suspect will shorten the 10 foot hammock by at least a foot. That leaves a foot on each end of coverage. Mule
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    **** neo, with those 12x12's the setups look like a stealth bomber ready to rock n roll.

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