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Old 03-02-2011   #31
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I use the exact same method, I think I got the idea from this site. Ingenious idea...thanks.

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Old 03-02-2011   #32
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super duper puma

My current most tidy setup

Table deck up front with drop bag underneath (beers, misc, 2 gallon water jugs), yeti 85 quart next, rower cockpit with 2 - 20mm ammo cans on either side of the legs suspended in rocket box bags), drybox with foam for rowers seat.
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Old 03-02-2011   #33
Carbondale, Colorado
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18' Aire Leopard, with custom steel frames, marine ply floor. Behind seat: Lage dry-box 5 ammo cans 3 6gal square water jugs at 1st level, then dry bags etc, upper decks get propane, more water, ammo cans, groovers (unless I can pawn them off on the rookie ), Front gets 150 qt cooler under seat, then another bay for water, ammo cans, 120qt cooler, etc. Racks of beer under captains chair. Dry boxes fit in the wells on both sides of the rower. Great rig 2000 pounds +! Low center of gravity, rolls right through everything! At least 4000 miles and counting, including 4 GC trips!
Love the cataraft, but looking for a 18' large tube self bailer for March '12 Grand trip now that I have two kids to transport!
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Old 03-04-2011   #34
pocatello, Idaho
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Alright, found an older pic. this is for a 5 day MFS trip the rear action packer is now replaced with a second drybox because I was crushing it. The red bag is a pin kit. The blue bag is food that is stored in the drybox.
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