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Easton Tent Poles Carbon FX and Nanolight
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Lawson Kline
(Mountainfitter) - M

Locale: LawsonEquipment.com
Easton Tent Poles Carbon FX and Nanolight on 12/20/2010 17:41:24 MST Print View

I am looking into the idea of selling Easton tent poles and was wondering if there was any interest. Since we are all interested in lightweight backpacking I would start off only selling the .344" Nanolight's and the .355" Carbon Fx's.

Unassembled/Assembled Prices:
18.5" .355" Carbon FX Poles
$5.95 Each w/o Insert
$7.95 Each w/Insert
$2.00 Extra Insert's

18" 7075-T9 .344" Nanolight
$2.25 Each w/o Insert
$2.95 Each w/Insert
$.60 Extra Insert's

Assembly Fee:
$0.08 Per Inch which would give you a completely assembled pole. (For carbon I use a diamond wet saw and with aluminum I use a fine tooth band saw)

Accessories:
$.50 Plastic Derlin Locking Tips
$1.59 Aluminum Locking & Dome Tieoff Tips
$2.95 90,115,125,and 145 Degree Arches
$0.12 3/32" Shock Cord per foot
$0.25 Vinyl End Caps

If you are interested in a set please let me know so I can start an maybe list.

Thanks,
Lawson

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(biointegra) - MLife

Locale: Puget Sound
Re: "Easton Tent Poles Carbon FX and Nanolight" on 12/20/2010 18:08:41 MST Print View

I may be interested in a set or two - I hear the quality of their carbon fiber poles are superior vs. fibraplex.

William Brown
(MatthewBrown) - F

Locale: Blue Ridge Mtns
Poles on 12/21/2010 06:16:33 MST Print View

I have a Hubba Hubba HP I would like to shave some ounces off. So I would be interested.

Weiyi Wang
(wwyjedi)

Locale: mid
weight save on 12/21/2010 06:20:02 MST Print View

how much weight can I save by replacing hubba hubba poles?

Aaron Sorensen
(awsorensen) - MLife

Locale: South of Forester Pass
Re: Re: "Easton Tent Poles Carbon FX and Nanolight" on 12/22/2010 01:01:15 MST Print View

Yes but I want the EASTON AIRLOCK SYSTEM poles!!!

William Brown
(MatthewBrown) - F

Locale: Blue Ridge Mtns
Re: weight save on 12/22/2010 06:47:06 MST Print View

Willy wrote: "how much weight can I save by replacing hubba hubba poles?


When I looked into the other company that does this, it was going to save about 9oz by going carbon.

Edited by MatthewBrown on 12/22/2010 06:48:30 MST.

Lawson Kline
(Mountainfitter) - M

Locale: LawsonEquipment.com
Easton Air Locks on 12/22/2010 07:19:53 MST Print View

Hey Willy,

Could you measure the lenght of the poles and then weigh them? If so I could tell you the savings.

AIRLOCKS

If the airlocks are available I will sell those as well. My thoughts are that will either be a HUGE minimum or not something available for resale.