WTT: mystery ranch crew cab

Discussion in 'Trade, Freebie and Loan' started by Elk Hunter 338, Jan 17, 2013.

  1. Elk Hunter 338

    Elk Hunter 338 Well-Known Member

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    I have a mystery ranch crew cab w/nice frame, med belt, med yoke in foilage color that is like new that i want too trade for the same set up in multi cam pattern.
     
  2. Ronin75

    Ronin75 Well-Known Member

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    I just have a question. I am considering buying one of these packs. How do you like yours ? Does it carry loads well ? Would you buy another pack from this company.

    Thanks for your time

    Ray
     

  3. Elk Hunter 338

    Elk Hunter 338 Well-Known Member

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    There the best IMO and carry loads like no other pack ive owned thats why im no sellin i just think i want a camo one but really not sure, if i ever have too buy another pack it will be MR and the crew cab is my favorite becuase of how its layed out and designed specificly for carring extreme loads and the add ons for it make it the most versitile IMO, buy mine so i can get a camo one
     
  4. Ronin75

    Ronin75 Well-Known Member

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    I would like to but the waist is too small and the yoke or length is too short. I am 6'1" and 260, I dont think it would fit me.
     
  5. cowboy

    cowboy Well-Known Member

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    I have the MR "longbow" and one of my sons has the "crew cab".

    Very high quality and comfort. They both have the same frame just different packs. The crew cab is a little too tough to get into for my taste, and when you have meat strapped down tight you have to loosen a lot of straps to get something in/out of your pack for my taste. Just personal preference.

    I am going to be looking at upgrading my Mystery Ranch Pack to one of the new Stone Glacier packs so after I physically can try one I may sell my MR longbow.

    You may want to take a look at the Stone Glacier - very high quality (and price) but a lot lighter.

    Both packs are made in Bozeman, Mt.

    Would I buy another pack from this company?- YES, however if I can cut my weight in half and still pack the same with the same comfort I will buy a Stone Glacier.
     
  6. Ronin75

    Ronin75 Well-Known Member

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    thank you for your time.
     
  7. Elk Hunter 338

    Elk Hunter 338 Well-Known Member

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    Ronin75 yes it would fit you, im 6' 3" 255 38 waist and spent alot of time talking too the guys at MR and trying on there packs and this yoke and waist belt fit the best. the largest size was way too big couldnt tighten down the waist belt enough without running out of adjustment. for me the CC was the best for what i wanted and it is a meat hauling unit, it has ton of straps and holds loads extremly tight.
     
  8. Ronin75

    Ronin75 Well-Known Member

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    Elk hunter, i am confused the mystery ranch website indicates that being the fatboy that i am, i need a large waistband and large yoke. I just dont want to buy something that wont fit. By the way what is your asking price.
     
  9. Elk Hunter 338

    Elk Hunter 338 Well-Known Member

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    well iguess inever really thought about a selling price i gues i thought somebody might of wanted to trade
     
  10. Ronin75

    Ronin75 Well-Known Member

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    Elk hunter u were correct a med yoke will fit me. Will the belt fit my 40" waist.if it does how do u want for the pack
     
  11. Elk Hunter 338

    Elk Hunter 338 Well-Known Member

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    ill have too think on it