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Thread: WTB expedition sled seats

  1. #1
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    Default WTB expedition sled seats

    I am looking to buy two child seats for a mountainsmith/kifaru expedition sled. Let me know if you have some You could part with.

    Thanks
    Cory

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    Default Re: WTB expedition sled seats

    Still looking...

    Thanks
    Cory

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    Default Re: WTB expedition sled seats

    Still looking bump

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    Default Re: WTB expedition sled seats

    Cory:

    Check your PMs...

    Scott

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    Default Re: WTB expedition sled seats

    Pm returned.

    Thanks
    Cory

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    Default Re: WTB expedition sled seats

    I'm betting this will be a tough one to come by, may come down down to some sort of Crazy Creek? At least with those, they can be incorporated into a ground pad if you contemplate an overnight for kids...
    Forgive those who aren't sorry, accept apologies never received....

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    Default Re: WTB expedition sled seats

    You could try contacting this guy:

    https://denver.craigslist.org/spo/d/...400296323.html

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    Default Re: WTB expedition sled seats

    Lineman78,

    Thanks for the tip, I actually already contacted him, but he will not ship them to me in Wyoming.

    Thanks
    Cory

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    Default Re: WTB expedition sled seats

    I think the question becomes "does anybody out there need a pulk, and if so, does that Mountainsmith rig fit your needs, and would you sell the seats to Cory?"

    Those Mountainsmith pulks are nice, light, the guy didn't really show well the kit to hook the sled to you, but it looks like it's in there. If I needed a pulk (I don't, I've got one) I'd JUMP on this one. I'm tempted to ask about those skis/boots, my AT bindings are trashed....
    Forgive those who aren't sorry, accept apologies never received....

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