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This is a great single person tent. I've used it about 8 times and now need to upsize to a larger MSR 2 to 3 man tent. http://www.gearworld.com/msr-msr-micro-zoid-tent-spring-404p.html"]The MSR Micro Zoid[/URL] is a sweet tent. If interested please PM me a reasonable offer.


MSR Micro Zoid Tent (Spring 2007) MSR Micro Zoid Tent (Spring 2007)A great bivy upgrade.
The MicroZoid features a single pullout point in the front and rear for extra-tight tension.
Peak ventilation is a huge plus, while its side entry makes for easy in and out.
Specifications Type Fast and light Capacity 1 person Minimum Weight 2 lbs 5 oz (1.1 kg) Packed Weight 2 lbs 13 oz (1.3 kg) Fly with Footprint Weight 1 lb 10 oz (.8 kg) Dimensions 8' 4in.
x 2' 11in.
(2.5 x 0.9 m) Interior Peak Height 26 in (70 cm) Floor/Vestibule Area 15.9 + 5.8 sqft (1.5 + .5 sqm) Features Ultralight Minimum weight is just 2 lbs.
5 oz.
Versatile Fly, poles, and footprint (sold separately) can be set up independently to save weight.
Huge Side Door & Vestibule Spacious side-entry door and vestibule for the ultimate in livability.
Great Ventilation Excellent high/low venting through a peak vent with kickstand support.
 

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If you look at it you must buy it! ;D This is an ideal tent for a back packer who wants to pack very light. It will keep you very warm and dry. I need to up size because my 110 pound dog and I don't fit in it.
 

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And here I am with this 5000.00 cashiers check for you. Darn it. I missed out again.

Glad to hear you sold it Frogge, you have fun yesterday at Cleg?
 

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Bob, I had too much fun!

We took one of the first real tight climbs and I was running point and didn't notice that I did a number on my quarter panel. Oh well the first one is now behind me. The rest should be easy right? LOL

 

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Ouch, but it adds character correct? Well that is what I hear anyway.

Still have not done yet, and most likely will not handle it as well as you are.

Told Patti last night I am going to start looking for a real crawler type toy. Nothing nice, just junk that if it you tip it over, you jump out and get r up on 4 wheels and move on. She thinks that would be fun to.

Glad you had a great time at Cleg, it is always fun. I hope we don't end up losing that area. I really like going out there, but just had too much work to do on the trailer and am still here today figuring it out. Headed home in an hour or so though.
 

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I'm looking forward to seeing your Trailer when it's done. You know, a 4x4 rhino might be fun. Or, one of those smaller rock buggies for kids.

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Ouch, but it adds character correct? Well that is what I hear anyway.

Still have not done yet, and most likely will not handle it as well as you are.

Told Patti last night I am going to start looking for a real crawler type toy. Nothing nice, just junk that if it you tip it over, you jump out and get r up on 4 wheels and move on. She thinks that would be fun to.

Glad you had a great time at Cleg, it is always fun. I hope we don't end up losing that area. I really like going out there, but just had too much work to do on the trailer and am still here today figuring it out. Headed home in an hour or so though.
 

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I got quite a bit done yesterday. I ordered the tent for the top of it and it should be here within the week. I am putting a 750 watt inverter in it and a 135 watt solar panel. I have it figured out. Water tank is still up in the air, I am thinking about a small water heater for it. and a faucet set up on the back side. Fuel tank may be one that you have to fill at the station, but it will give you 12 gallons extra. Propane is pretty straight forward, but I will mount it so it is always useable with out trying to put it together in the dark. I could put a windmill set up on too. What do you think about that?

I have looked at doing a fuel tank under the box. The first one will not have that, but future ones may. I am setting it up to carry mountain bikes or Kayaks.
 

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That sounds killer. I can't wait to see it.

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I got quite a bit done yesterday. I ordered the tent for the top of it and it should be here within the week. I am putting a 750 watt inverter in it and a 135 watt solar panel. I have it figured out. Water tank is still up in the air, I am thinking about a small water heater for it. and a faucet set up on the back side. Fuel tank may be one that you have to fill at the station, but it will give you 12 gallons extra. Propane is pretty straight forward, but I will mount it so it is always useable with out trying to put it together in the dark. I could put a windmill set up on too. What do you think about that?

I have looked at doing a fuel tank under the box. The first one will not have that, but future ones may. I am setting it up to carry mountain bikes or Kayaks.
 
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