FS: Titanium Goat V8, 8 Man Tipi

Discussion in 'Other Stuff For Sale' started by luckyrxc, Apr 12, 2013.

  1. luckyrxc

    luckyrxc Member

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    Hi,

    For sale or trade:
    Ti Goat V8 8 man tipi, green, aluminum pole. Versa port stove port, as well as the solid versa port which is used when you don't use a stove. It’s all complete; tipi, stakes, pole, cords that were included, stuff sack. I bought this tipi new last November. I set it up once in my yard to seam seal it, then slept in it three nights on my whitetail trip. It is fantastic, it is clean, and it is in great shape. I’ve decided to go up to a 12 man for added space for my family camping trips.
    $840 shipped to lower 48 or trade for a 12 man tipi.

    Thank you!
     
  2. luckyrxc

    luckyrxc Member

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    Lowered price. $740 shipped to lower 48. I need this to go so I can upsize for the family.
    Thanks.



     

  3. REEDUSMC

    REEDUSMC Well-Known Member

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    Do you take PayPal? If so ill take it
     
  4. luckyrxc

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    Thanks REEDUSMC.
    SPF.
    REEDUSMC, I sent you a PM.
     
  5. REEDUSMC

    REEDUSMC Well-Known Member

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    I just received the tipi - it looks brand new! Great transaction, highly recommend.
     
  6. luckyrxc

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    Thank you sir! I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. Now I can go huge and get a 12 man which I will find way to big, but my family of four (on full size cots) will love me for it.
    I forgot to tell you. Look at the pole and you will see that I marked it with a black sharpie at 12" intervals if memory serves me. I forgot the recommended setback but that is listed in the instructions.
    Drive in your first stake by the zipper. The second stake goes in 180 degrees from the first stake with a recommended setback. Meaning the loop gets pulled taught and then moved towards the first stake a certain distance and then the second stake is driven into the ground. You can use the pole to measure the setback now that it has the measurements on it. Works a charm.

    Take care!
    Andrew