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    SOLD: PACER POLES, From Aarn. $100 shipped

    PACER POLES trecking poles, 7075 Alloy. 12 0z each. These cost a bit to have shipped from New Zealand if you were to buy new ones.
    http://www.pacerpole.com/
    Free shipping to CONT US
    Photos show how good of shape they are in. I don't even think there are any sctatches. Also comes with snow baskets, baskets smaller than those in the photo and also rubber tips for walking or storage.
    PayPal please.
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    PM sent want it

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    If I had the cash, I would have picked'em up as a backup pair.
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    Mule, going no pole or replacing the PP?
    There are lighter poles, but when it comes to functional use the few extra grams of the PP are worth the mass. My diy carbon fiber are significantly lighter on the scale & have a very low swing weight. Guess which poles I use? Wish I could find a set of PP grips for them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by koaloha05 View Post
    Mule, going no pole or replacing the PP?
    There are lighter poles, but when it comes to functional use the few extra grams of the PP are worth the mass. My diy carbon fiber are significantly lighter on the scale & have a very low swing weight. Guess which poles I use? Wish I could find a set of PP grips for them.
    As far as poles go, I have had several, even the lightest that they make in alloy, but the way you don't have to even grip these poles is worth the carrying them. If I was going to carry poles again it would be these, but I don't carry any anymore. I thing many things are changing in my hiking style lately.
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    Hello Mule...

    i'm in the post over yours (BMBH)......hey ,if you want your MULEBRIDGE back, maybe a trade on the poles ?????????

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    pacer poles are great. i got the 3 pc carbon. love im
    It's not procrastinating, its proactively delaying the implementation of the energy-intensive phase of the project until the enthusiasm factor is at its maximum effectiveness.

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    Pretty soon Mule is going to be so light he'll be buying down to FLY. Hey Mule, you got any Spinn tarps to sell??? That stuff is really to heavy for you

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    Quote Originally Posted by bob2guns View Post
    i'm in the post over yours (BMBH)......hey ,if you want your MULEBRIDGE back, maybe a trade on the poles ?????????
    That would have been a good trade, but oms just bought em. Thanks anyway. Hows the MuleBridge treating you?
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