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cdb1386


Sep 16, 2002, 11:36 AM
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A5? or Metolius haulpack?

Who sales the A5 ones?


spike


Sep 16, 2002, 3:15 PM
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TNF A5 Rope Bucket on sale at www.mgear.com for $39.98
They come in different colors. I put leadline in red bag, haulline in green bag and tagline in black bag.
Rope management !!!
Richard / SPIKE


krustyklimber


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Black Diamonds Superslacker is a tarp and a bucket, they also made a very good bucket.

Jeff


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Buy or make some cheap stuff sack kind of bag. The ones I bought cost only a few bucks and work pretty well.


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The FISH wall bags, size Large, make perfect rope buckets. I use one for my lead line and one for the haul line, each a different color.

The FISH bag/bucket has a large opening that makes stacking the rope much easier than the A5/TNF designs. I know, I've used both.

The FISH bag is also lighter and cheaper. It has a bomber clip-in loop and a vinyl bottom.

IMO, using the A5/TNF/BD designs is a waste of money.


cdb1386


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I'll think I'll just use my rope hooks that I already own. Thanks for the help.


atg200


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I'm with glockaroo - the fish large stuff sacks are what i use as well.


addiroids


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Meee too, now that Andrew showed me the light brotha!!

Andrew, I just heard the real story why you are the Reverend. That's low. F(_)ck the gubmint.

TRADitionally yours,

Cali Dirtbag


kindredlion


Sep 19, 2002, 12:47 PM
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I use the A5, but I think I'll try the Fish bags cause the name is cooler.


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