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    good sight to get a superfly from? $$

    just curious if anyone has a line on a site for a possibly cheaper superfly tarp. me want.

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    Re: good sight to get a superfly from? $$

    They are the manufacturer... It is direct from manufacturer pricing... Ain't going to get any better than from Warbonnet...
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    thats kind of what I figured thanks. seems def. worth the money though, gotta do it.

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    Re: good sight to get a superfly from? $$

    The only cheaper option is to try to make a clone of it yourself, but its gonna be hard to get close to the quality of a genuine superfly. Its totally worth the money.

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    Re: good sight to get a superfly from? $$

    I'm just now coming to terms with just saving $ for one. I've toyed with the idea of making a clone but I feel my skills are lacking.
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    If you post a WTB then you might get one a little cheaper but probably not that much. The odd time you might see one priced to sell but they get snatched quickly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubba View Post
    If you post a WTB then you might get one a little cheaper but probably not that much. The odd time you might see one priced to sell but they get snatched quickly.
    Minutes quickly, the few times I've seen them. In the 24 hours before my paycheck hit and I was ready to buy two sold here on the forum... But of course none around when I had the funds, so I bought direct from WB.

    Great tarp, great price, I've been thrilled from the minute I got it. I still can't believe how big it is for the weight!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jbridwell View Post
    thats kind of what I figured thanks. seems def. worth the money though, gotta do it.
    Email Brandon at Warbonnet Outdoors and see if he has any Superfly blems. They are just cosmetic and has no effect on the function of the tarps plus you can save some cash. Even at full price, they are well worth the money.

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