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    tarp kit

    hi all
    many thanks in advance but can any one recommend a tarp kit.
    i aim to use this with my coleman phad x 2 exponent tent.
    best regards cheers Ronnie.

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    I've got a british army tarp that I bought about 6 years ago for a tenner. I've given it alot of use and it's still tip top.

    They are built to last.

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    Got one from DD Hammocks (the large one) great for covering the tent and having an area to cook etc, do your self a favour and get a sleeve (possibly 2) for the tarp, you normally use them on the Hammocks, makes setting up much simpler.
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    re tarp/basha

    hi stubbs
    many thanks for your ebay link as regards army basha.
    the guy selling them lives near me so picked up x2 today.
    now just need to sort the poles and bungees
    thanks & best regards. Ronnie.

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    Ronnie, where abouts did you pick the basha up from and where in Rotherham are you based mate? I live out in Conisbrough

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    re army basha

    hi mate
    picked the basha up of ebay bought x2 to get at the right price.
    intend to sell 1 so if you are interested give me a bell 07938833105.
    please note i am well pleased with them.
    they are brand new desert ones. if you want 1 £15.00 bargain ring me and i could meet you as i live near brinsworth
    p.s any one else interested please cotact me and i will do my best to help.
    best regards Ronnie

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronniez1a903 View Post
    hi stubbs
    many thanks for your ebay link as regards army basha.
    the guy selling them lives near me so picked up x2 today.
    now just need to sort the poles and bungees
    thanks & best regards. Ronnie.
    poles can be found on ebay or try go outdoors

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    re basha poles

    hi stubs
    many thanks
    best regards Ronnie

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    Eurohike

    The Eurohike Tarp kit from Millets/Blacks is quite good, it comes with poles and has good coverage.








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    What,s the flag behind the tent ?
    still no deid

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    I'm glad you asked. Its a flag of The Flying Spaghetti Monster it's the deity of the parody religion The Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster or Pastafarianism. I've been touched by his noodly appendage. Here's a summary of Pastafarianism: The FSM is made up of spaghetti and meatballs, its balls are much bigger than all the other god(s). It has the only heaven in town with a beer volcano and a stripper factory. The FSM created the universe after drinking heavily. Pirates are divine and their image as thieves is misinformation, they were actually peace-loving explorers. Furthermore global warming, earthquakes, hurricanes, and other natural disasters are a direct effect of the shrinking numbers of pirates. Arggghhhh me mateys! Every Friday is a holy day. For more information read The Gospel of The Flying Spaghetti Monster and visit the fourm. Why not try it out for for 30 days, if you don't like it, your old religion will most likely take you back.



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    Quote Originally Posted by stephen.stallebrass View Post
    The Eurohike Tarp kit from Millets/Blacks is quite good, it comes with poles and has good coverage.



    Looks like Lund Farm HU meet?
    Still have yet to find a use for the Basha other than, when i was`in the Army.
    My Tent has a Vestible.

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    Decathlon used to do a good tarp kit, the new camping kit should be in soon I'll check if they have them this years range.

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    Poles maketh the tarp
    Why PLAN when you can play it by BEER

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ribcracker View Post
    Decathlon used to do a good tarp kit, the new camping kit should be in soon I'll check if they have them this years range.
    I sent back both decathlon tarps, the poles were very cheap, one set were too snug and the other too loose.

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