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    Quote Originally Posted by coldstealie View Post
    Anybody own one and can tell me more about?
    Good UQ. More like a 7/8s length for short people, which I liked - maybe 5"-6" longer than a Yeti.

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    Anyone have any pictures of one on their hammock?
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    Here is a pick on my Flamethrower UQ on a WBBB. This is the same setup as my avatar.
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    I really like the looks of this uq ^^^^. Gonna have to check into it. I've been very happy with my jarbridge and would like to add another option for next seasons cool weather. I would need a step stool to climb into the rig in your pic

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    I'm going to end up ordering one, but not over the summer. Going to stick with my Lost River. It was so good for me over the winter.
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