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    the hex tarp

    i am hoping someone sees this because i would like to know if the hex tarp is any good because i was looking at those tarps and for the price you can not beat it so is the tarp any good?

    thanks for your time -Gavin
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    Looks like a good one. 13 oz or so, price is decent... Decent coverage, should be wide enough that if weather gets bad you can just hang higher in the tarp... Don't see why not, heard nothing but good things coming from those guys...
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    alright then looks like i might get that one but am still taking your suggestions into consideration but for the price it should be a good buying decision thanks again for the help

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    Do you mean the Hennessy Hex tarp? I have one and I love it! It can be pitched low in bad weather or put up in porch mode in nice weather. It has little pockets for each line of suspension. I can't say enough good things about it. I got mine used from a friend and I am SOOO glad he offered it to me. It is actually bigger than many of the more expensive tarps out there.

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    yes the hennessey hex tarp thanks for the info i have looked at this tarp for so long

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    Be more careful about where you post things... This was in the Jack's r better sub forum...
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    Been using my Hex for about 3 years and really love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brute1100 View Post
    Be more careful about where you post things... This was in the Jack's r better sub forum...
    Actually he posted it in the correct sub-forum- http://www.jacksrbetter.com/shop/hennessy-hex-fly/

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    FWIW I have had one of these for over 4 years now and its been great, just had it out at the NJ winter hang, with a set of grizz beaks it was awesome.

    If you look at the pic's of the NJ winter hang (posted by others in the thread) you will see the brown HH Hex tarp with grey grizz beaks on both ends. If you can't find it let me know and I will post the link.
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    Have had one for years and find it very nice for three seasons. Good for four seasons with Grizz Beaks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brute1100 View Post
    Be more careful about where you post things... This was in the Jack's r better sub forum...
    The Jacks just recently started selling the Hennessy Hex Tarp in their store...

    I got to check out JuneBugDawn's this past weekend, and I have to say it's a nice tarp!

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