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Old August 22nd, 2011, 06:14 PM
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Dimensions and Weight of NAS 110 basket?

Anyone know the dimensions and approximate weight of the NAS 110 basket?
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Same question...looking for the floor dimensions to see if a "normal" tent can be had...

8" x 49" x 87" is from another thread with a repo basket....thanks in advance.

This is a hubba hubba tent by MSR. I want to consider a less good tent with a door on the end too....


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anyone have any opinions on the shovel mounting in the photo above?
I'm thiniking about mounting a shovel and it's either going to be at the rear (vertically) next to the spare tire, or on the front wing like the one pictured. Any drawbacks to either?
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Why do you need/want a basket to mount a tent to NAS110? The tent will take up nearly all of the basket. Just mount the tent directly to the cage.
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