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    Man if I had a job I would grab this in a heart beat!
    "In seed time learn, in harvest teach, in winter enjoy." -D'Signore's, Tide Mill Farm, Edmunds, Maine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ruthless79 View Post
    What is the total weight on the tarp and doors?
    Shugs video says 11oz without the doors add 8oz for the doors.
    so 19oz?

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    How much for the watertight frog? :P

    bump
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    So really there is no weight savings over the superfly that sucks

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    its only 11 oz if you don't need the doors, which is most situations. the superfly requires more setup, and you always have the 19oz.

    plus spinn is superior to sil nylon.
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    I had the same tarp and it runs at 10.2oz. Doors are 8oz. Shugs had the 4 panel pullouts which made it11oz... Raul's doesn't but he did say something about adding grip clips, which i dont know how much those add. Hope this helps! but im sure Raul will chime in and tell you the weight of it all together.

    Colton

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    free bump... I cannot believe this has gone to more than one reply, let alone a 2nd page. I blame the economy
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    Quote Originally Posted by coltonalxndr View Post
    I had the same tarp and it runs at 10.2oz. Doors are 8oz. Shugs had the 4 panel pullouts which made it11oz... Raul's doesn't but he did say something about adding grip clips, which i dont know how much those add. Hope this helps! but im sure Raul will chime in and tell you the weight of it all together.

    Colton
    Shug's Spinn tarp weighs 12.375 in the stuff sack w/guylines
    Door kit weighs 8.375 oz in the stuff sack w/shock cord

    A good deal at that price for a great 3S tarp with a 4S option.

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    I'm stuck in a hotel room with shotty i-net. Can't access my spreadsheet with my weights for my winter set up but 19oz with doors and 10.5 oz without doors sounds in the ballpark.

    I believe this tarp normally goes for in the $250 range. Doors are removable so it's very versitile and I used it in my snowshoe adventure for an over nighter so its a legit 4 season tarp.
    "If you give a monkey a gun and he shoots someone, you dont blame the monkey"

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    Bump still for sale.
    "If you give a monkey a gun and he shoots someone, you dont blame the monkey"

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