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luke moffat

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I run a dromlite myself, its been pretty bomber for me.no reason to carry the extra weight IMO.
 

Matt W.

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Dromlite. The original dromedary bags taste awful.. Google it I'm not the only guys that thinks this... : ) The better question is what size Dromlite. I have a 4L I look forward to testing when DT1 comes in... I also keep the original cap in my bag (the hydration kit screws onto the lid). Its nice to have the option of using it without the hose.
 

slim9300

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Dromlite. The original dromedary bags taste awful.. Google it I'm not the only guys that thinks this... : ) The better question is what size Dromlite. I have a 4L I look forward to testing when DT1 comes in... I also keep the original cap in my bag (the hydration kit screws onto the lid). Its nice to have the option of using it without the hose.
I would say the 4L should be fine but tight (which is probably good). I have a 3L Camelbac and it fits decently in my Timberline hydration pouch with some room width wise but not length wise. Do you want a measurement?
 

teamtoppin

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I will get my DTI in August.

In preparation I got a dromelite 4L. I bought the MSR hose and connection kit for a hydration bladder. It has a screw on fitting that attaches to the hydration hose. How do you hook up a quick connect to the dromlite/MRS hose kit. Do you use the connection and cut off the tube after the screw in fitting to the dromlite and place quick connect fitting as well. I was wondering if it will leak in the pack with that set up, or with friction.

Thanks.
 
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