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FS: Terraplane, Tiros, Rambos, Skis...

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Dana Terraplane Pack $180.Size Medium, green color. Good condition, no holes or abrasions, only disfigurement is minor stains on the sides from gunk that came off my ski bases. I bought this in ’95 or so, so it’s still Bozeman-made. Nowadays you’ll pay $439 for some sweatshop-made equivalent.More info: http://sports.yahoo.com/m/general/review/outside/20020126/gearguy-20020126.html http://www.bcexp.com/cgi-bin/webc.cgi/st_prod.html?p_prodid=658

Sierra Designs Tiros Tent $190.Four-season, two person tent. Like new condition, used only 2x, both times on snow, still has original packaging. Great lightweight expedition tent (8.5 lbs or so) with small stake-out vestibule. Purchased in ’95 or so, current model Tiros sells for $425. More info: http://www.sierradesigns.com/cgi-bin/driver.pl?index=14&conf=tent_showflat

Grivel Rambo Crampons, $70.Dual-Point water ice crampon, I modified these so the frontpoints are more closely spaced (a huge improvement over stock model.) Well used but still lots of life left in them. These sell new for over $150.More info: http://www.alaskamountaineering.com/Equipment/Crampons/Rambo%204.htm (Mine are older than the ones pictured here and have different secondary points.)

Approach Skis, $45.170cm Hexcel skis mounted with early Ramer Classic AT bindings. Totally old school setup, you wouldn’t want to go ripping the pow in these but if you just need to approach a climb, try finding a better deal. They’re reasonably lightweight even compared to modern setups.

Markill Stormy Hanging Stove, $50.Expedition hanging stove with integral cookset, uses commonly found fuel cartridges (I always used MSR cartridges).More info:http://www.bentgate.net/storstovwitc.html

Send me a PM or email dakobed@hotmail.com if interested.

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