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I have a CVT "soft" tent now, I love it! I've been looking at a hardshell. Definetly would be much easier to close up and you can leave some bedding and sleeping bags usually in these. hmm :hmm:
 

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Anyone with a Mt. Baker here, that's mounted it to a roof rack? I have a Prinsu rack and with details pretty scant on the CVT site, wondering what hardware I'll need to procure before picking it up.
 

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Curious about the hinge mechanism of the tent you bought @Hojack? The images on the website show more of an internal scissor type hinge instead of a single hinge axis like yours. Is the ABS model made differently?
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Curious about the hinge mechanism of the tent you bought @Hojack? The images on the website show more of an internal scissor type hinge instead of a single hinge axis like yours. Is the ABS model made differently?View attachment 2153659
Must be. I didn’t really look at the ABS.
After feeling the ABS I knew I wanted Fiberglass.
 

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