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And E (LunchANDYnner) - BPL Forum Member

My Locale Pacific Northwest
About Me Having fun enjoying this beautiful world just a little while longer before the robots/zombies/robot zombies/zombie robots take over.

(my hiking blog is legit... Me and my fiance's initials spell ANAL)
CityMill Creek
StateWA
CountryUSA
My Website URLhttp://www.analonthetrail.blogspot.com

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All Forum Posts by And E

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stacked
What Bob said is exactly how I do my titanium windscreen. I just cut a few short slits in the same locations on both pieces so that they can lock into each other when stacked.

In Make Your Own Gear » Spider + Titan + Windscreen: Height and Storage Issues
May 11, 4:18pm

heat shrink
Also, if you use the heat shrink on the hook, it'll rip when you use a rock to smash it into hard/rocky dirt.

In Make Your Own Gear » painting titanium
March 29, 9:11am

anodizing
Trying to signal/direct traffic/aircraft?

In Make Your Own Gear » painting titanium
March 27, 9:27pm

anodizing
Hey Bob, I renewed my account (but only as a forum member) just to reply to you! Anodizing titanium is really really easy. Just need a power source with adjustable voltage and diet coke and alum...

In Make Your Own Gear » painting titanium
March 27, 3:34pm

3/4 way down
They're on SAC again for 3 days http://www.steepandcheap.com/gear-cache/get-stoic-up-to-60-off#?gender=Men's&size=M

In Gear Swap » WTB:: wool/polyester base layer pants medium
October 02, 4:53pm

SAC
Keep an eye on Steep And Cheap (new gear cache categories added each night at 11pm PST). They had the Stoic Merino 200 and Alpine Merino 150 (60% merino, 40% poly) for $35-40 the past couple of day...

In Gear Swap » WTB:: wool/polyester base layer pants medium
October 01, 11:03am

cuben stuff sack
You can get a stuff sack kit from Yama Mountain Gear for only $30. I made 4 identical stuff sacks with it, but there are lots of different ways to make different sizes.

In Make Your Own Gear » MYOG lantern shade
September 25, 6:12pm

cuben stuff sack
I just use my cuben stuff sacks that I already have packed with me, that way I don't have to bring a dedicated shade.

In Make Your Own Gear » MYOG lantern shade
September 25, 4:02pm

frame
Tubular nylon would work, it would look neater, but would still want to reinforce the part that folds over to keep the stay in place. As for the frame weight, both stays and both cross struts ca...

In Make Your Own Gear » X-Pac Backpack Pack v2.0 - Z-Packs Arc Blast frame conversion
September 23, 10:24pm

Frame and Sleeves
Thanks Darren and David! I'm not sure when I'll be able to head out on the trails next, we just got a 4 month old Labradoodle puppy a few days ago (already 46 lbs!)! He is a sweetheart a...

In Make Your Own Gear » X-Pac Backpack Pack v2.0 - Z-Packs Arc Blast frame conversion
September 22, 12:14pm

All Reader Reviews by And E

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Lawson Equipment Customer Service
Ordered some titanium stakes from Lawson and have nothing but positive things to say. Fast shipping, awesomely light, sturdy stakes, extremely well priced (half the price of the competition!). And ...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
March 05, 4:16pm

Big Agnes
I have a BA Insulated Air Core that stopped holding air, and I did my best to repair what tiny pinholes I could find, but after patching 6+ spots, I decided to contact the warranty department. Glenn g...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
November 20, 11:22am