Adventure Engineering EZ-Pull compact block & tackle system.

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by ScienceOfDirt, Jun 21, 2011.

  1. Pardus

    Pardus Been here awhile

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    Got mine today. It's really small, really light, and really cool.

    Thanks, ScienceOfDirt for lining up the group buy.
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  2. Ladybug0048

    Ladybug0048 Bug Sister

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    I really need to check vendors more often so I don't miss out on group buys like I did with this one. Darn
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  3. Road Agent

    Road Agent Adventurer

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    Received mine, a couple of weeks ago and forgot to comment. Nice product and well made. Thanks for the discount!

    Steve
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  4. Fasttrak

    Fasttrak Captain Crash

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    Wish I would have caught this earlier, have had use of something like this a couple times. If there is another group buy please toss me a pm, will have monies sent or Paypal'd instantly.



    K.B.
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  5. B.C.Biker

    B.C.Biker mighty fine

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    Ditto here , if the group buy happens again..........
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  6. Ladybug0048

    Ladybug0048 Bug Sister

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    I figured it was worth having even without the group buy. If it's ever needed while out there riding I'd be more than happy to pay the extra. I didn't get mine ordered until after the cut off date and just sucked it up. I'm waiting for it and looking forward to a bit of practice with it so I know how to use it before I need it. Hopefully I will never need it. :lol3
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  7. NSFW

    NSFW basecamp4adv

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    pm sent.

    IN for the buy.
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  8. bikyto

    bikyto Dans le doute...gaz!

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    I'd be in too..
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  9. Aquafire

    Aquafire RMSR

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    If you do another deal/order, please PM me as I too will buy.
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  10. ScienceOfDirt

    ScienceOfDirt U-Boat Rider

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    I'm still watching this thread, and see if there is enough interest, perhaps we can do the group buy again, or make some sort of permanent arrangement for ADV riders. It's not up to me, as I'm not the manufacturer, distributor, or seller.

    Those who ordered using option 2 for shipping outside of the US. I can not track your orders. The last one shipped out August 4, 2011. I'd appreciate hearing a status update if you got it or not.
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  11. Fasttrak

    Fasttrak Captain Crash

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    I know several of the folks in the TE 610 thread have been pointed to this thread after one of the members there had to hit the HELP button on his Spot. Bike ended upsided down on a steep slope and quite a few hours later was forced to hit the Help button and went to sleep on the trail. I have had two incidence in the last twenty years where this system would of made bike retrieval much easier and a bit of kit I would like to add to my solo adventures. Post back when you start another round of ADV discounts please.


    K.B.
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  12. PupChow

    PupChow Adventurer

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    Count me in for the next group buy
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  13. team ftb

    team ftb Befuddled Adventurer

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    Well this ride cost me a day of walking out in my motocross boots for help. At 130 pounds I'm a midget trying to haul back bikes onto the trail and i do a lot of solo rides so you can sign me up for the next group purchase for sure.

    [​IMG]

    I can Paypal and have a U.S. shipping address.

    Are there any videos or better pictorials outlining the usage of this device?

    Please PM me if the group buy comes about again.
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  14. mji294

    mji294 Adventurer

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    Im In for the next group buy if you do one
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  15. MasterChief

    MasterChief Adventurer

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    In for the next one as well.
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  16. Bob

    Bob Formerly H20Pumper

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    Nice setup.
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  17. tgeliot

    tgeliot Topher

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    I'm in if there is another group buy.
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  18. SR1

    SR1 Back in S. Korea

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    I'd be in for one, too.
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  19. Fasttrak

    Fasttrak Captain Crash

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    I do believe we have more saying, "In" than you possibly had on your last group buy. How about toss up another group buy thread and I will wrangle up a few more folks to join in? I would really like to get this in my riding kit sooner rather than later, being cheap I can still wait:lol3


    K.B.
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  20. kaia

    kaia team F5 ⌘R

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    i'd also be in for a group buy. PM me when / if it happens.

    if it doesn't, i'll probably buy it from the website anyways.


    also - thinking about it, to fully use the EZ-pull, you'd probably need a second length of rope (to get to the bike farther away, as well as something (a strap / cord / something) to tie it to a tree, as well as 1-2 carabiners. (paracord is equally strong, and also very cheap.
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