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    Cuben Fiber Material For Sale

    I am selling some extra Cuben Fiber material I have instock. The material is a CT2K.08 .75oz in Yellow for $25.00 Lineal Yard. CT2K.08 is the most common cuben fiber material used for Tarps, Tents, Rain Gear, Pack Covers, Stuff Sacks, Etc... This material weighs .75oz per square yard and has a break strength of 105lbs/inch which is 2-3 Times as strong as a 30D Silicone Coated Nylon 6,6.

    I am also selling some extra reinforcing material I have. The material is a CT5K.18 1.50oz in Standard Gray for $10.00 Lineal FOOT.. CT5K.18 is the most common cuben fiber material used for Reinforcing Patches on Tarps and Tents since its super strong and highly abrasion resistant.. This material weighs 1.50oz per square yard and has a break strength of 190lbs/inch which is almost twice that of CT2K.08.

    The products are located on my website LawsonEquipment.com and all orders over $10.00 ship free.

    Please let me know if you have any questions.

    Thanks,
    Lawson

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    Website shows CT5K.18 and CT5K.08.

    Based on the weight, it appears to be the CT5K.18

    Can you specify which you are offering?
    Last edited by Strung out; 12-20-2011 at 14:43.

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    I have received a few emails asking if this material is reflective so I figured I would go ahead an post a comment on here. This material is NOT Reflective. This is the standard translucent CT2K.08 in a custom yellow color.

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    Last edited by Mountainfitter; 12-20-2011 at 15:11.

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    Strung Out, Cubic Tech's listings on their website are incomplete, so it's likely that Mountainfitter is correct.

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    Maybe I didn't type that clearly enough.

    There are 2 different part #s in the description on the mountainfitter website.

    I am wondering which material he is actually selling.

    Here is quoted text:

    " Cuben Fiber CTF3 CT5K.08 1.50oz Sq Yard

    CT5K.18 Cuben Fiber is the most common cuben fiber material used for Reinforcing Patches on Tarps and Tents since its super strong and highly abrasion resistant.. This material weighs 1.50oz per square yard and has a break strength of 190lbs/inch. Cuben Fiber is a translucent material. Color is Standard Gray. "

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    I am selling both materials.

    CT2K.08 in Yellow for $25 Yard

    CT5K.18 in Standard Gray for $10 Foot

    The CT2K.08 works great for tarps, tents, rain gear, pack cover, stuff sacks, etc..

    The CT5K.18 works great for reinforcing corners and high abrasion areas.

    Thanks,
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    I just decided. In the spirit of the Holiday's I am going to sell the CT2K.08 for $20.00 yard until December 31. After that the price will go back up to $25.00 yard.

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    OK,

    I hope this doesn't sounds rude.
    I will try to make this more clear. It seems that there is a typo somewhere.
    I understand that you have 2 different types of material available:
    CT2k.08 and CT5k.SOMETHING8

    Seems to be a simple typo. Just trying to confirm which membrane thickness is on your CT5k material.

    Mountainfitter website reads:

    " Cuben Fiber CTF3 CT5K.08 1.50oz Sq Yard
    CT5K.18 Cuben Fiber is the most common cuben fiber material used for Reinforcing Patches on Tarps and Tents since its super strong and highly abrasion resistant.. This material weighs 1.50oz per square yard and has a break strength of 190lbs/inch. Cuben Fiber is a translucent material. Color is Standard Gray. "


    The sale price on the yellow CT2k.08 is quite nice.
    thanks man

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    Strung out, sorry I missed that discrepancy in Mountainfitter's web site. I think he made it pretty clear in post #6 of this thread. .18

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    Thanks for the heads up. It looks like I missed that typo several times. The material is CT5K.18.

    Thanks again,
    Lawson

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