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    Superfly comes with doors now ?

    I will finally order a real tarp (being using a 9x7 for 1 year) and being away from the forum for a while, i was re-reading the Warbonnet Outdoors web site..

    "The superfly is out largest tarp. It’s based on the dimensions of the Mamajamba, but with the doors built-in. The doors are similar in size to the removable doors of the Mamajamba. It also comes standard with 4 panel pulls. Panel pulls"

    So, the superfly comes with the doors now ? not bought separatly like before.. is it the only difference between the 2 of them.. ? if i dont care about the doors, I guess i should stick with the big mama.

    Im torned between the Big Mamajamba and the superfly..

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    Yes, it has sewn on doors. Both the Superfly and Mambajamba are the same dimensions otherwise.
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    I got one of the new models with doors built in. Love them! You can't go wrong IMHO
    cause you can very easily fold them back out of the way but when--not if--you need them, all you gotta do is pull them closed. No worrying about attaching things in the wind or bad weather that just blew in. Just my two cents....

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    I'm glad he has gone back to attached doors. The second generation (4 small sewn doors) is still my favorite.

    The difference between the BMJ and the Superfly are the side-panel tie-outs, only the Superfly has them. They are very handy when the wind is blowing and may be my favorite design element.
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    I've been corrected. Apparently, the panel pulls come on the BMJ too.
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    so both have tie-outs, same size.. it came down to superfly+builtin door or no door BMJ (i know it can be added from the web site, just narrowing the choice)..

    Thank you for the info, my english isn't quite tuned yet and i like to be sure of what i think i have read before any purchase

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    Just got a BMJ with the side pannel pulls (imported) and the sewing detail and reinforcment points are first rate. Hope to test it this weekend.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gunner76 View Post
    Just got a BMJ with the side pannel pulls (imported) and the sewing detail and reinforcment points are first rate. Hope to test it this weekend.
    since the superfly is back of order.. i think the BMJ is the answer..
    the only decision left to make is.. trust china tailor over Brandon
    Last edited by DocBurN; 12-30-2010 at 16:07.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DocBurN View Post
    since the superfly is back of order.. i think the BMJ is the answer..
    the only decision left to make is.. trust china tailor over Brandon
    I don't think for a second that Brandon would put the WB name on it if the quality wasn't first rate.
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    I couldn't decide so I purchased one of each

    The SF is going to be my goto winter tarp. It worked out great at 9 degrees F, the design and workmanship are top notch.

    The BMJ in spinn is going to be my goto summer tarp. No pullouts, no doors but light and great coverage for my WBBB in better weather.

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