FS Hexamid twin Snow Peak 1400 pot
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david farmer
(luthierguy)

Locale: Colorado
FS Hexamid twin Snow Peak 1400 pot on 08/11/2013 17:04:55 MDT Print View

pot/stovepot/stoveColorado bikepacking
I am selling my Hexamid twin w/netting, beak, and carbon fiber poles.
I used it for about ten nights on the Colorado trail this summer. I am selling it with two tub style ground sheets I made for it. One Tyvek 7.6oz and one polycryo 2.6oz
perfect condition except the Cuben stuff sack has a few small holes that were in it when I bought it. I was leaving on my trip and it was not worth the hassle of returning it.
I'm asking 400.00 shippedtent ,poles, stakesholes at seemTyvek w/ grommetPolycryo w/tape loops
I also am selling a Snow Peak 1400 ti pot w/ti pan/lid and cozy and a ti Caldera cone to go with it.
I have the plastic screw together carrier and an un-opened Gram cracker Esbit set up for it.60.00 shipped.
pay pal only

Edited by luthierguy on 08/11/2013 17:59:56 MDT.

Mike Klinefelter
(mjkline)

Locale: Southern California
A little more info? on 08/11/2013 17:22:53 MDT Print View

A little more info might be helpful. Also, you may want to set up to accept PMs in your account, that way people can get in touch with you. Let us know more about what ya got there and how much.
Thanks,
Mike

DARCY OLSEN
(odarcy) - F - M

Locale: SW
Re: FS Hexamid twin Snow Peak 1400 pot on 08/11/2013 17:49:17 MDT Print View

nice rainbow !

david farmer
(luthierguy)

Locale: Colorado
Heamid twin woops! on 08/11/2013 18:04:20 MDT Print View

I hit the post button a little too soon.
How do I allow pm's? I can't find a place to turn that on or off.

Edited by luthierguy on 08/11/2013 18:33:24 MDT.

Brian Reyman
(breyman) - M

Locale: Rocky Mountains
Hexamid? on 08/11/2013 18:46:02 MDT Print View

Looks like you got the PM part going.

Out of curiosity, why are you parting with the hexamid?

david farmer
(luthierguy)

Locale: Colorado
re Hexamid on 08/11/2013 18:58:18 MDT Print View

I guess I found my personal limit of ultra light.
When I finally flop down after trying to out maneuver a t- storm I want to relax/read/sleep. Not keep working to keep my stuff dry. I think it would work o.k. solo but for two it's hard to keep central enough. I love everything about it but it's just to small for two in a storm.

Gregory Hardy
(alpinetherapy)

Locale: North Carolina
cooking set up on 12/11/2013 09:22:09 MST Print View

Hello David, is the cooking set up still available? (The pot, cone, pan, etc)

Thanks,
Greg