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If you have motorcycle parts you need to unload bring them out, this swap meet we want to have out as many motorcycle parts out as possible, bring whole builds out, bring your bucket cases, bring your asses to the DFW area swap meet and run the track as we have a run what you brung racing event and its a guaranteed good time, " stated 33 member Johnny Cantu
Written by Bill Bryant Original published date 11/05/2010
Working in your home garage is a nice setup. Burning your house to the ground because you didn't pay attention to safety basics sucks. Grinding, welding, and torches combined with fluids, vapors and other hazards can make the home builder's base camp a tinder box. If your shop or garage does double duty as the home laundry room, holiday storage or kid's toy box, you're at even greater risk. Add wooden construction, poor ventilation and a careless craftsman and things get worse. The best defense against fire is a clean and organized work area where loose sparks and other potential igniters fizzle out long before they reach fuel. This 6-Pack was put together with 33'er Tony "Rustrocket" Alarcon. Tony's been a fireman for 12 years, and despite this credential he recently lit his motorcycle on fire in the driveway. We figured someone with real experience would have the most to contribute on a subject like this.
We make sleeping bags, tents, bags, and accessories that are simple, good looking, well designed gear for people that are travelers, couch surfers, regular surfers, skateboarders, snowboarders, bicyclists, parents, kids, car campers and anyone else looking for something that looks good, is a good value and is all about having fun on road trips and in the outdoors. Itâ€™s stuff that is made for people that have adventures all over the world while wearing jeans, a t-shirt, and sneakers. Itâ€™s for people that wonder why everyone is trying to pretend they are going to do first ascents on alpine peaks instead of celebrating the fact that they are having adventures that are awesome in their own way.
The Poler One Man Tent fits one man, woman or child with room to spare. Lightweight aluminum poles pop together like magic. Soak in the stars or snap on the fly to keep the raindrops out. Oversized so you have plenty of room to sit up and change your clothes or do yoga. Keep dirty boots and other stuff nice and dry under the vestibule. The fly has an eye for checking the weather. Tent specs packed are 6 Round x 18 long, 5.5 lbs.
The Napsack has zippers at the shoulders, so you can stick your arms out, and a cinch at the bottom so that you can open it up and stick your legs out. Hike it up to your waist, cinch it, and wear it like a puffy coat around the campfire, and then crawl right back into your tent without ever having to leave the warmth of your bag.
Check out POLER Stuff for all of your camping essentials. POLER Stuff has graciously sent a one man tent and a napsack for Jay Cagney to use during his EDR trip. Thank you POLER Stuff for supporting our community!