WANT TO BUY 20cm Easton Nails -Help.

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WANT TO BUY 20cm Easton Nails -Help.

Postby Lamont » Sun 18 Nov, 2018 1:40 pm

Looking to buy some (need two and want a couple for spares) -best price with delivery is from Tarptent $24 USD.
Unless someone on here can give me a Tarptent discount coupon? Anyone?
Open to alternatives, but must have that basic shape and that length.
Any ideas?
Have the solid ones now from One Planet, which are beasts and weigh 29 grams each.
I think I thought I saw you try.
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Re: WANT TO BUY 20cm Easton Nails -Help.

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Re: WANT TO BUY 20cm Easton Nails -Help.

Postby Lamont » Mon 19 Nov, 2018 5:12 am

Thanks very much! I went to their website and they said sold out. I'll ring them.
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Re: WANT TO BUY 20cm Easton Nails -Help.

Postby Orion » Mon 19 Nov, 2018 5:50 am

I got a set with a Tarptent that I bought last year. I didn't care for them and would be happy to send them to you if I can find them... but I think I put them in the recycle bin.
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Re: WANT TO BUY 20cm Easton Nails -Help.

Postby Lamont » Tue 20 Nov, 2018 3:18 pm

Thanks for the offer, but I managed to get three for a "reasonable" price through Locus Gear.
Their delivery is super (they must have the most reasonable and super-fast postage in the UL world! MY CP3s and Onda mat took only 3 days-quicker than from OZ!) quick and only $6. Worked out cheaper (a bit) than from anywhere and I could buy them loose.
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