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    Warbonnet Ridge Runner

    Does anyone have any pics of the Ridge Runner with the Thermorest NeoAir Treker air mattress in the sleeve or better yet a video of it .. thanks Glenn

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    Quote Originally Posted by gpshay View Post
    Does anyone have any pics of the Ridge Runner with the Thermorest NeoAir Treker air mattress in the sleeve or better yet a video of it .. thanks Glenn
    That pad works GREAT on a JRB BMBH. Can't wait to hear how it does on a RidgeRunner...
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    I'm not sure what a photo would show. Slip the pad between layers, lay down, done.

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    I have a Neo AirXlite and it fits and works great. I'm not sure what you would see with a pic once it's inserted. I'ved used it with the Spindrift attached which makes it a little more difficult to insert. The key is to only partially inflate so that it bends when you are trying to feed it through. Without the Spindrift it's a breeze....just go to one end and shove it through...no prob. I find that my air mattress is most comfy when only partially inflated anyway. Make sure the valve is on the side of the opening of the Spindrift if using one...easier to get to the valve if needed. Bridge hammocks work great with pads because you are not trying to lay asym....they stay put.

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