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  1. #1
    Member BC9696's Avatar
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    Jun 2013
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    OC, CA
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    Clark NX250
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    Black Mega Ogee
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    Clark Z-liner
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    Whoopie Sling
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    Does Size Matter?

    Tarp size...whaddaya like for your Clark? Anything better than the stock XL? Disadvantages to certain sizes?

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    old4hats's Avatar
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    Ball Ground, Ga.
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    I never tried the stock XL, I opted for the larger Vertex tarp and have never found it to be too large. I had some bad experiences with inadequate shelters way back when, and now I find little comfort with just adequate rain tarps. Heck, even the large ones aren't large enough sometimes.

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    Member BC9696's Avatar
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    Clark NX250
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    Black Mega Ogee
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    Clark Z-liner
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    Whoopie Sling
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    Anybody try a tarp bigger than Clark's? Got pics?

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    Senior Member ice man's Avatar
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    Aug 2009
    Location
    Central Ia
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    Clark TX 250
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    Warbonnet Superfly
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    HG Incubator
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    I started out with a Vertex tarp. Got soaked by side-ways rain. Got PO'd an got a Warbonnet superfly, the one with doors in the ends. love it. I STILL got sopping wet in a deluge in Colorado. Harsh lesson learned: Don't cinch the tie-downs till the seams stretch. You would not believe how much water can come through those little bitty needle holes in a hard rain! After a fanatical application of seam sealer, and a garden hose test, I am completely sold on the superfly. Well worth the $$. Sorry, no Pix, try warbonnet website.

  5. #5
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    Jun 2013
    Location
    Melbourne FL
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    Have the Vertex. Spent this evening sewing a diy Super sized winter tarp. 144" RL with enclosed ends.

  6. #6
    New Member
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    Jul 2009
    Location
    tooele, ut
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    I bought a tarp from Warbonnet. Sets up easy stays tight and is waterproof. Also it is plenty big to cover my hammock and any gear that I have with me.

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