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  1. #11
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    Thanks for fixing the links.

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    Does anyone know the brand of silicone that comes with the big Tipi's? I need to get a tube to fix and seal some of my older gear. PM if you can. Thanks

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    If there are no floors, what about sod cloth? just wondering.

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    Rodney

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    What's your thoughts on setting up a sawtooth on the beach? Would the salt air ruin anything in the long run? And what spikes would be best to hold down?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mauidiver View Post
    What's your thoughts on setting up a sawtooth on the beach? Would the salt air ruin anything in the long run? And what spikes would be best to hold down?
    Sand and salt won't hurt it, but I'd rinse it off when you're back home. These are a choice for stakes https://store.kifaru.net/snow-sand--...-pins-p96.aspx

    MSR Toughstake is another option. You also want something to spread the weight of your poles, and the legs of a stove if you're using one.

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