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    WBRR poles/spreader bars

    I am trying now to get my gear straight and I was wondering what those who own the WBRR do with their poles/spreader bars? I was thinking of making a pouch or something to store them in. The pouch would work also for my stakes and maybe some guy lines.
    Anyway, I would love to hear some ideas.
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    Re: WBRR poles/spreader bars

    I know I'm not supposed to say the T word but i use an old Tent pole bag, its just a bit to long but works great for me..

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    Donna here...we make spreader bar bags. They can be sized for the RR. JRB also makes spreader bar bags.
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    AHE sells a bag as well.

    You could easily make a bag for them - I did out of some scrap material - just a long skinny stuffsack.

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    When I do carry the spreader bars,,I just tie a piece of shock chord around them and have a bag I made out of cuben for them and stick them in a side pouch of my pack. However, most of the time,,use the hiking poles,,then use a limb for porch mode on the tarp in place of the hiking poles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tendertoe View Post
    AHE sells a bag as well.
    Ours is sized and made specifically for the RR poles. One of my favorite hammocks.
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    I stick the little one in the hammock stuff sack and the big poles just go inside my pack :/

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    Thanks everyone for the information! I think I am going to go AHE, the hard thing is to decide who to go with as all of the companies here really make great products. Thanks again.
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    All the above would work great! I picked up a cuben pole bag from z-packs that fits about perfect.

    Cheers

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    I roll 'em up in my tarp.

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