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Thread: Longhunter standard vs T2

  1. #11
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    Default Re: Longhunter standard vs T2

    I had the composite in mine. Worked great but I just sold the lot to switch into a timberline. I hope I'm not sorry!

  2. #12
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    Default Re: Longhunter standard vs T2

    Quote Originally Posted by mgutman View Post
    I had the composite in mine. Worked great but I just sold the lot to switch into a timberline. I hope I'm not sorry!
    You wont be. I don't think you can be sorry with any kifaru pack! They are all amazing!!
    The woods are calling and I must go

  3. #13
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    Default Re: Longhunter standard vs T2

    mgutman, how did you like the composite stays compared to the aluminum stays? phil
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  4. #14
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    Default Re: Longhunter standard vs T2

    Quote Originally Posted by Phil View Post
    mgutman, how did you like the composite stays compared to the aluminum stays? phil
    Loved them. Definitely felt it was worth the upgrade. Although I forget what it was there's a significant weight savings. And as long as you don't need the ability to bend the stays due to your back shape, they were as advertised.

  5. #15
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    Default Re: Longhunter standard vs T2

    I have to chime in on the new composite stays. I removed mine so I could check them out. I just found myself amazed by them. As impressive as the whole Timberline is, those new stays are just incredible. Looking at them on the website they seemed fairly big? However, they are so small and light. Yet extremely strong and stiff. Truely and awesome addition to Kifaru packs.

  6. #16
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    Default Re: Longhunter standard vs T2

    Love the composite stays! They are extremely rigid!!

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