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About munckee

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  1. Anyone know JOEY?

    Thanks for the input guys. I'm back in town now and plan to pursue this within the next week or so. I'll also contact the other guys that got screwed by him.
  2. Anyone know JOEY?

    As an update since I have managed to find myself at a computer: I am currently out $300 to "Joey" for a tent that he never sent with no response to further inquiries. Not trying to make a bad name for anyone, but from my point of view, that's the situation. I'd be more than happy to get my money back and put everything behind us. I will pursue the situation further as soon as I can do so. If anyone can help, I'd appreciate it!
  3. Anyone know JOEY?

    I have some business to complete with him immediately and I can't get in touch with him. If anyone knows him or his whereabouts, I'd appreciate a heads up.
  4. Prefer an eldo and prefer either in yellow, but beggars can't be choosers. Please email me @ munckee@hotmail.com
  5. Hilleberg Nallo 2/ Bibler I/ Stephenson 3R- Best?

    Thanks for the input. What exactly do you mean by "carry-overs"?
  6. Hilleberg Nallo 2/ Bibler I/ Stephenson 3R- Best?

    Perfect for you AND someone else, or just you? I had/have my sights set on an eldo, but I've had someone offer me an I-tent that I'm taking into consideration.
  7. Hilleberg Nallo 2/ Bibler I/ Stephenson 3R- Best?

    So, just how small is an I-tent? How comfy would it be for two mid-sized guys, 5'8 or shorter?
  8. NE1 want a bibler fast? ahwahnee FS

    Just feel that the eldo will fit my needs a little better. The ahwahnee is a BEAUTIFUL tent. The construction is impeccable.
  9. I'm really interested in replacing my ahwahnee with an eldorado, but I'm leaving for a trip in two weeks. If anyone is interested in purchasing my ahwahnee quickly (I can ship quickly if you want to paypal me the money) then I might be able to find an eldo quickly. If you have an eldo and want to work some sort of trade, that could work too. The ahwahnee is in perfect shape with the exception of a couple of dirty spots (seriously, thats it). No holes, no rips, no tears, no repaired spots, no nothing except a little dirt on the canopy. It's been used for a total of one summer of almost all car camping (over the course of a month). Comes with the bibler groundcloth. Asking $450 shipped. Please email me with any questions: munckee@hotmail.com
  10. four season tents

    I have a bibler ahwahnee that is constructed beautifully. However, if I had to do it again, I'd probably choose an Eldorado.
  11. Hardshell vs. softshell pants?

    You gave me your opinion. I don't intend to base a purchase decision on just your opinion, however good you may consider it. I was asking for other opinions as well.
  12. Hardshell vs. softshell pants?

    Uh. What do you mean?
  13. Hardshell vs. softshell pants?

    Thanks for the help buddy. Does it really bother you that much that I want to get info from any availible source before dropping a couple hundred dollars?
  14. new 3 season sleeping bag

    I just ordered two WM megalites with 2oz of overfill each. I did a lot of research and I was sold on the Marmot Hydrogen...until I saw the WM bags in person. Their construction is just top notch. My previous bag was a TNF down bag with dryloft. It's definitely not as comfy as other bags I've used. Unless you're in a really rainy area and you're worried about being able to keep your bag dry, I would NOT get a waterproof bag. They don't breathe well and you end up sweating your butt off in them.
  15. Lightweight hardshell

    I have an Arcteryx Beta AR that I love. Just recently, I looked at replacing it with something lighter. I bought the Sirrus SL from REI outlet. HOWEVER, when I got the Sirrus, I promptly returned it. First off, the fit wasn't perfect. My Beta is a L which fits me generously enough to layer, but still doesn't look "too big". The Sirrus in a L (the only size on sale) was a bit to large. I think a M would have fit better. Second, it weighed in at 14oz, only 6 less than my Beta. That, in conjunction with the fact that my Beta is in perfect shape and wouldn't cost me $175 led me to return the Sirrus immediately. It also didn't look like it would hold up nearly as well as the Beta that I have. Here's what my ideal layering system would be if I had the money for it right now: I'd get a nice softshell jacket and then a light hardshell (probably a sirrus) to wear only when things get really nasty. I'd have less problem carrying a less durable shell when I know that I have a softshell that will handle most everything.
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