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    FOUND Switchback

    Found it! Well found a 1.1dbl and hoping it is OK.
    Last edited by Kanguru; 11-12-2012 at 07:05. Reason: Found it...
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    I have a switchback with the rw mod from 2qzq. I believe it is a 1.9. Bought it from another member here. Definitely a 2 layer. Don't know of you'd be interested. I can find out if it is a 1.9 if your interested.
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    Looked it up and it is actually the light hiker so it is 1.1
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Zissou View Post
    I have a switchback with the rw mod from 2qzq. I believe it is a 1.9. Bought it from another member here. Definitely a 2 layer. Don't know of you'd be interested. I can find out if it is a 1.9 if your interested.
    I am interested if it is a 1.9 double layer. I looked up RW mod and it is really simple and handy. PM me with price and answer.
    Thanks...
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    Shucks...

    Light hiker will be a bit short for me at 6'4".
    Thanks anyway...
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    No problem man sorry didn't work out
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    If you do get a switchback I would recommend the rw mod. it is nice to be able to completely take the bug net down to the end of the hammock and have an open air lay.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Zissou View Post
    If you do get a switchback I would recommend the rw mod. it is nice to be able to completely take the bug net down to the end of the hammock and have an open air lay.
    Indeed. When I looked at their website I saw how easy it would be to do.
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    I have a 1.1 dbl that I could part with. Not sure of your weight range. I'm about 220 at the moment and it's fine for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ^shane^ View Post
    I have a 1.1 dbl that I could part with. Not sure of your weight range. I'm about 220 at the moment and it's fine for me.
    Well...I'm 255 and according to website that's at the upper end. How much $ ? Send a PM if you wish.
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