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Tarps at Harbor Freight

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  • Tarps at Harbor Freight

    Just a heads up, I don't know how good the tarps are from Harbor Freight. I was just on their website and all of them are on sale. Anything from the blue plastic ones to the 2-sided silver ones. The prices seem good to me but I don't know a lot using the different styles of tarps.

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    Re: Tarps at Harbor Freight

    I have used their heavy duty ones and they work well as a footprint.
    Steve

    2017 Suzuki DL650A V-Strom 2005 Suzuki DL650 V-Strom, 2002 Harley Road King Classic, 1976 Harley Sportster

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      Re: Tarps at Harbor Freight

      I too use the Harbor Freight Blue tarps as footprints.
      Fits well with my Kelty tent.
      My life is a caricature of reality
      David C.
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        Re: Tarps at Harbor Freight

        I recently picked up one of the Harbor Freight Silver/Heavy Duty tarps to cover my Aspen Sentry when I'm storing it outside instead of in the garage. Seems to be a pretty good product and the price was right. The cashier even gave me 20% off the sale price. I believe the cost was $6.79 for item number: 30872.
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          Re: Tarps at Harbor Freight

          think it was last year they were giving those small tarps away like they do the penlights and tape measures....well I must have got 2 dozen of them.....lots of uses, even outside of camping.
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