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    So who'll make one for me?

    Ok, no foolin around, i know there are some very talented people on here who make UQ's for a living, so ive got a simple ask, here goes.

    I want an UQ too perfectly fit my Clark NX-250

    I want the quilt to be full length
    It needs to fit snug and not let out the trapped air as best it can to keep me toasty in the worst of conditons
    I would love it to be in camo
    I need to know bulk, weight and filling of the finished product
    Lastly, hit me with a price and shipping to 3977 melbourne australia

    feel free to be bold!! pm me if you like, thanks
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    I hate to steer you wrong, but there are many good UQ's from many manufacturer's here. I'd hate to make a list because I'd forget one you should consider...

    John
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnSawyer View Post
    I hate to steer you wrong, but there are many good UQ's from many manufacturer's here. I'd hate to make a list because I'd forget one you should consider...

    John
    John, no doubts, but rather than looking to send off 10-15 pm's id much rather have a manufacturer know the hammock, and have the passion to tell me they will make me an awesome one!!
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    Maybe ask a Mod to move the thread to Clark sub-forum and see what others are using?

    TH
    my hammock gear weights total: 2430g (~86oz)
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    hmmmmm no takers.....i might have to start doing some research
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    Making a quilt vs buying one from a vendor is only about $40 difference from what I can tell. I would recommend contacting one of your choice and explaining what you want and I am sure they can give you what you want. I had a lot of questions and Adam from Hammock Gear was very easy to work with me and delivered a great product.

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    Senior Member JohnSawyer's Avatar
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    Since your clark is similar to most hammocks as a gathered end, you'll find way too many options.

    Maybe you should include the following info:

    Desired length (full, 1/2, 3/4?)
    Lowest expected temp:
    Down or synthetic
    Price range you're willing to pay.

    That will narrow it down quite a bit...

    John
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