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post #1 of (permalink) Old 04-21-2014, 02:43 PM Thread Starter
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I did some garage cleaning and have some items I no longer use or have upgraded.

Brand new camelback, hold 1.5L fluid. $35.00
MSR 3 man 3 season carbon Reflex tent, weighs less than 4.5 pounds. Paid $649.00 a few years ago. $400.00
MSR whisperlite II stove, works great, extra fuel comes with it. $40.00 SOLD Big Agnes fly creek UL2 tent. Ultra light 2 man tent. One night slept in it. Paid $400.00. Askig $300.00

Location Chilliwack, home after 5:30 most days.

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I'll take the stove!
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Curious what you upgraded to from the Fly creek UL2 tent?
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That WAS a smoking deal on the stove with extra bottles.



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post #5 of (permalink) Old 04-27-2014, 07:52 AM Thread Starter
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Larry I bought the Big Agnes tent for a bike trip that never happened. Been using the MSR but the last few years most of my trips have been high altitude or winter trips so now I have a Hiileberg tent.
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Does the Big Agnes tent come with a footprint?
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Larry I bought the Big Agnes tent for a bike trip that never happened. Been using the MSR but the last few years most of my trips have been high altitude or winter trips so now I have a Hiileberg tent.
I see, I purchased the Fly Creek 2 Platinum last year, noticed its gone up 200 bucks this year.[:0]
Also use Marmot Alpinist for higher level and winter stuff.
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Highfalls is the Big Anges tent still available?
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Highfalls is the Big Anges tent still available?
No. I bought it :-)
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I'm interested in the camelbak.
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post #11 of (permalink) Old 06-03-2014, 01:25 PM Thread Starter
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Yes i still have it
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ok great..I'm a little unsure of how this site keeps people in contact with out sending post update notices. Either way here is my email addy and we can figure the rest out from there.
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