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    surplus ccpad

    how thick is the gummint pad??

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    Quote Originally Posted by teblum View Post
    how thick is the gummint pad??

    Tom

    maybe 3/8 in thick,it would go to 0 degree's no problem neo

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    Neo, I noticed that the bag was described as "Adult medium size". I'm 5'9" and 195lbs. Compared to you, would you say that the bag is big enough or too small?

    You are indeed the King of Bargains!

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    Quote Originally Posted by neo View Post
    maybe 3/8 in thick,it would go to 0 degree's no problem neo
    Neo's got a furnace in his belly! No way I could take a 3/8" pad that low! Wish I could, though...you're lucky.
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    Quote Originally Posted by neo View Post
    your right,we dont get single digits often,i bet it got colder in monterey than it did in nashville last night,being that you live on the cumberland plateu neo
    I live in Murfreesboro for job reasons but have property on the plateau. I was in Murfreesboro last night so we were probably close to the same temps. My digital station said 13 degrees when I came in at 3am and 8 degrees about 5.30. It is good to know I can stay warm at those temps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Just Jeff View Post
    Neo's got a furnace in his belly! No way I could take a 3/8" pad that low! Wish I could, though...you're lucky.
    I think he has down feathers growing out of his skin.-
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