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    Question Side pull outs?

    Are these available on any of the tarps?
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    I got 'em on my MacCat Deluxe when I ordered it a few years ago. Great option IMHO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rain Man View Post
    I got 'em on my MacCat Deluxe when I ordered it a few years ago. Great option IMHO.

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    Yeah they seem like you would at least want the option.
    Are they standard on the MacCat's or do you need to specify you would like them?
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    You need to specify. I don't think Brian is taking on additional work. Only selling stock. But get his confirmation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by G.G. View Post
    You need to specify. I don't think Brian is taking on additional work. Only selling stock. But get his confirmation.
    Okeydokey.
    thanks.
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    There would be more necessary on silnylon tarps than spinnaker or cuben. Unfortunately brian doesn't make the tarps in Spinn anymore (something about the material produced now not being waterproof). For my OES tarp, I have never felt the need for side pulls. For my JRB 10x11 silnylon tarp, I have some grip clips I (rarely) use.

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    FYI... You could always use these...

    http://dutchwaregear.com/clip-on-tarp-pull-outs.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by G.G. View Post
    FYI... You could always use these...

    http://dutchwaregear.com/clip-on-tarp-pull-outs.html
    Cool...those seem pretty neat.
    A lot of the stuff on that site is pretty neat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DuctTape View Post
    There would be more necessary on silnylon tarps than spinnaker or cuben. Unfortunately brian doesn't make the tarps in Spinn anymore (something about the material produced now not being waterproof). For my OES tarp, I have never felt the need for side pulls. For my JRB 10x11 silnylon tarp, I have some grip clips I (rarely) use.
    Thanks man...
    If you don't mind me asking ....What is the length of your tarp and hammock?
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    A Matcat delux is a pretty small tarp. I've never felt a need for pullouts on mine.

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