Rainy Pass Repair?

jherald

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Anyone ever use them? Just sent some stuff off to get fixed from a horrible local tailor. Hope Rainy Pass is good as they say, because they are expensive.
 

Fowl intentions

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I think they're pretty good at what they do. Rainy Pass is where Sitka Gear sends stuff to be repaired. I hope it turns out as what you were expecting and you get your money's worth. Let us know your thoughts when you get it back.


cheers

erich
 

littlebuf

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there right here in seattle. there fixing my tent door for me this year. i havnt dropped it off yet but i did stop by and talk to them. they seem very helpful and i look forward to them fixing up my tent. i may have them do a few mods on it while its in there.
 

dirtytough

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I need to get a zipper fixed on my tarptent. Glad this thread came up.
 

littlebuf

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I need to get a zipper fixed on my tarptent. Glad this thread came up.



my screen ripped on my TT. they quoted me 85 bucks to just replace the whole panel. i think im going to have them put some mid level guy out points on while its in there. there right up by greenlake
 

dirtytough

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My zipper finally quit working after about 5 years. I think its cause I used it in a lot of areas that are just dirt where I pitch it.

I have always wanted a guy out on each side.

I did have it in a wind storm with 40-50 mph winds that were hitting the tent from the side and it held up fine. Made me a believer from then on. Think I will add the guy outs still though
 
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