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  Pg 2: Advantages of Our Kits
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  Pg 3: History
  Pg 4: The IUA in 2003
  Pg 5: More Photos
  Pg 6: Customer Photos
  Pg 7: Feedback
  Pg 8: Questions and Answers
  Pg 9: More Info
  Pg 10: Dyneema (Cuben Fiber)
  Pg 11: Using Other Fabrics

The Ray-Way Tarp Kit

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Pg 5: More Photos

New Mexico: Ray & Jenny's 2P tarp on the 2004-Hello-America.

Oregon: Ray's 1P tarp on the 2010-TransAm

Idaho: Ray's 1P tarp on the 2010-TransAm. Setting the lifters is optional when using a Spitfire Net-Tent under a 1-P tarp.

New Mexico: Ray's 2P tarp on the 2011-Moto-Prudhoe

Colorado: Ray's 2P tarp on the 2011-Moto-Prudhoe. A two-person tarp and Net-Tent is comfortable and accommodating for just one person. When using a Net-Tent, the lifters are rarely necessary.

Montana: Ray's 2P tarp on the 2011-Moto-Prudhoe

Jasper National Park in the Canadian Rockies, Ray's 2P tarp and Net-Tent on the 2011-Moto-Prudhoe

Above the Arctic Circle in Alaska: Ray's 2P tarp and Net-Tent on the 2011-Moto-Prudhoe

Watson Lake, Yukon: Ray's 2P tarp and Net-Tent on the 2011-Moto-Prudhoe

Near Lake Tahoe on the CA Mountains & Coast trip

Grizzly Creek Redwoods State Park, during Ray's 2012 TAT trip

Camped among the Redwoods during Ray's 2012 TAT trip

Camped among the Redwoods during Ray's 2012 TAT trip

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