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    WBRR w. AE Hard Rock Winter Tarp (144RL)

    Ill do a more formal review later on, but some member were asking me to show them some pictures of the Ridge Runner and Arrowhead Equipment Hard Rock Winter Tarp w a 144 Ridge Line together.

    I will say this, the owner was fantastic to work with. I needed it fairly quickly for an upcoming trip, and he came through for me and was quick with the emails back and forth.

    Edit: realized I dont have any with the doors closed, Ill get some later on.
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    What kind of pad is that, and are you satisfied with it or do you plan on getting a under quilt.

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    Looks like that tarp works well...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawkeye Hanger View Post
    What kind of pad is that, and are you satisfied with it or do you plan on getting a under quilt.
    Thats a NeoAir All Season pad. I should be getting a Linx UQ today and will be trying it out this coming weekend on a trip, so Ill let you know how the two compare.

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    I like the looks of that tarp, kind of expensive though.

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    Nice to see that this tarp works so well!
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    Very nice!!!!
    Happy Hangin!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawkeye Hanger View Post
    I like the looks of that tarp, kind of expensive though.
    No doubt about THAT!!! Can you imagine what it would be in Cuben Fiber, which is of course what I really want.

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    Man that tarp is massive! And it looks like the doors could actually close and not interfere with the suspension triangles too much.

    You'll love the Lynx UQ. I'm really tempted to get a winter Lynx as well, but I want to test out my 3 season with some pad combinations first.
    Potential is nothing without hard work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boulderman View Post
    Man that tarp is massive! And it looks like the doors could actually close and not interfere with the suspension triangles too much.

    You'll love the Lynx UQ. I'm really tempted to get a winter Lynx as well, but I want to test out my 3 season with some pad combinations first.
    I'll be interested to see what temp I'll be comfortable with using the 20. Im bringing a supplemental pad with me this weekend just in case. Spreader triangle still interfere with doors but it's minimal.

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