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    Senior Member Dudorino's Avatar
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    You're gonna love it, man. I have the same model. It is truly sweet. I think I'm going to sleep in it tonight. Congrats to you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dudorino View Post
    You're gonna love it, man. I have the same model. It is truly sweet. I think I'm going to sleep in it tonight. Congrats to you!
    Thanks, I'm trying to figure out now what I need in the way of an underquilt and tarp. I want to be able to back pack this winter with it, but can't afford more than one UQ. Also, have you guys had luck with a standard Hex Tarp with side pull outs? or do you need doors etc. Seems like the bridge would block wind decently.

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    Congrats on an awesome purchase!!
    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CB200T View Post
    Thanks, I'm trying to figure out now what I need in the way of an underquilt and tarp. I want to be able to back pack this winter with it, but can't afford more than one UQ. Also, have you guys had luck with a standard Hex Tarp with side pull outs? or do you need doors etc. Seems like the bridge would block wind decently.



    Thanks!
    I would HIGHLY recommend the gear specially made for the RR, namely the Lynx underquilt and Cloudburst tarp. I have both and can't say enough good things about them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CB200T View Post
    Thanks, I'm trying to figure out now what I need in the way of an underquilt and tarp. I want to be able to back pack this winter with it, but can't afford more than one UQ. Also, have you guys had luck with a standard Hex Tarp with side pull outs? or do you need doors etc. Seems like the bridge would block wind decently.



    Thanks!
    The JarBridge UQ works great on the RR or just about any 3/4 UQ works great. On the RR a 3/4 UQ give you almost complete coverage like a full UQ would on a normal hammock. The Phoneix from Hammock Gear would be a great choice and should be on sale for black Friday. The Warbonnet Superfly works great with it and even the Hennessy hex tarps work. How the suspension is on the RR it's a little tricky using doors but it can be done with a little tinkering..
    Happy hanging

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    I think my wife is going to get me a cloud burst for xmas if i end up poiing the hammock. Might just buy the lynx too a little later on, or make my own.
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