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    Quote Originally Posted by mattyg View Post
    I use my 4 season underground quilts wd12 year round I just pull the doors back when I don't want them
    I've also considered this option but apparently i might have some gram weenie issues.
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    Everybody has some sort of issues I'm sure you will find a tarp and door setup that makes you happy. Mine keeps the pup and me in shade and out of the wind and rain

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    Quote Originally Posted by adkrella View Post
    I was looking at the door covers to convert a 3 season to a 4 season instead of 2 separate tarps for my first setup and keep the cost down slightly.
    Was slightly worried about them not being attached though.
    Have you used them in any intense weather Tripod?
    I've had my HH Hex w/ the new door mod (again, thanks to 2QZQ) set up at my primitive bushcraft site (approx. 3/4 mile from the house) since a week before Christmas. We just had a blast of blowing lightweight snow....6 1/2" here in my part of WMass.....and well below 0 temps. It was -16F 2 nights ago. The tarp worked like a charm. Absolutely no snow inside! I've been sleeping out there 3-4 nights p/week.
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