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    Warbonnet Edge Tarp with Doors

    Warbonnet Edge Tarp with removable doors. Tarp and doors are olive brown. Includes tarp, doors, stuff sacks for tarp and doors, Hennessy Snake Skins on tarp, and Dutchware Tarp Flyz on both ridgeline tie outs with a good length of Lash-It attached (I'm guessing approximately 15' on each end). No side tie outs or stakes included. Tarp, doors, etc. are in great condition. The only minor flaw is that one of the ridgeline tie outs rings (similar to mini key ring) is elongated a bit...see picture below. I have had no trouble with the tie out ring since I've noticed the elongation. Also, I have attempted to wipe all the pollen off the tarp and doors, but lately it seems no matter how well I think I've wiped them down, there's still a little pollen on them. $145 including Paypal fees and CONUS shipping.
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    Last edited by Paulie; 04-24-2013 at 07:54. Reason: lowered price

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    Just to clarify, the doors above are the ones made by Warbonnet.

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    That is $45 worth of tarp flyz alone. Good dead
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dutch View Post
    That is $45 worth of tarp flyz alone. Good dead
    Actually, there are only Tarp Flyz on the ridgeline tie outs...there aren't any on the side tie outs...so $15 worth of Tarp Flyz. It still has the advantage of having the Tarp Flyz on the ridgeline tie outs with Lash-It and the Hennessy Snake Skins to increase it's value.

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    Re: Warbonnet Edge Tarp with Doors

    Ok guys, go easy on me.. I'm going to ask a newbie question....what are the doors you are talking about? I keep reading about tarps with doors but have no idea what they really are...

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    Re: Warbonnet Edge Tarp with Doors

    Doors go on the ends of the tarp to totally enclose it. Some tarps have removable doors and others have attached ones that can be pulled up out of the way when not in use.

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    Warbonnet Edge Tarp with Doors

    Paulie that pollen from myrtle beach is still on my stuff also

    I think it had glue in it, no matter how much I wipe it down it doesn't move

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    Re: Warbonnet Edge Tarp with Doors

    Mine came clean from the pollen. I took a bucket of water outside with a cloth and saturated the cloth enough that the water ran down the tarp. Then wiped it. Using a spray hose would probably help, too. The problem I had was that new pollen was settling on it before I could get it dry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gresh View Post
    If I weren't in the market for a SuperFly, I'd totally jump on this.
    Yeah, yeah, quit rubbing in winning the GC...

    Quote Originally Posted by mikenmel08 View Post
    Ok guys, go easy on me.. I'm going to ask a newbie question....what are the doors you are talking about? I keep reading about tarps with doors but have no idea what they really are...
    Quote Originally Posted by Junebugdawn View Post
    Doors go on the ends of the tarp to totally enclose it. Some tarps have removable doors and others have attached ones that can be pulled up out of the way when not in use.
    Junebug is correct. Here's a video from Warbonnet showing how to install the removable doors on an Edge tarp: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HbZ18...layer_embedded In the video, he only installs one door...4 doors are included.

    Quote Originally Posted by firemedic View Post
    Paulie that pollen from myrtle beach is still on my stuff also

    I think it had glue in it, no matter how much I wipe it down it doesn't move
    I got it to move...actually most of it came off...

    Quote Originally Posted by Junebugdawn View Post
    Mine came clean from the pollen. I took a bucket of water outside with a cloth and saturated the cloth enough that the water ran down the tarp. Then wiped it. Using a spray hose would probably help, too. The problem I had was that new pollen was settling on it before I could get it dry.
    ...but, like Junebug, more would settle on before the tarp dried. I've tried just wiping it down with a damp cloth and hanging the tarp in the yard, pitching it tight, and hosing it down...both worked equally well...

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