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>almost $3k, still want one?

Want...yes

Want to pay $3k for one...no

I was thinking they'd be somewhere just north of a grand....OUCH

Matt
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>>almost $3k, still want one?
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>Want...yes
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>Want to pay $3k for one...no
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>I was thinking they'd be somewhere just north of a
>grand....OUCH
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>Matt
>Everett, WA

The "easy up" brand 10x20 is about that much, they have all steel pivots which last much longer that the caravan brands plastic stuff.

There are a few different brands of the hexys, some good some not so good.
 

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Any thoughts on the KDs listed below??

They *look* like what I'm looking for, but I have not heard of them before now.

Thanks Geo for the link

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>>>almost $3k, still want one?
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>>Want...yes
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>>Want to pay $3k for one...no
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>>I was thinking they'd be somewhere just north of a
>>grand....OUCH
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>>Matt
>>Everett, WA
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>The "easy up" brand 10x20 is about that much, they have all
>steel pivots which last much longer that the caravan brands
>plastic stuff.
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>There are a few different brands of the hexys, some good
>some not so good.

http://www.buyshade.com/index.php?actn=productdetail&id=1


It looks like the price came down some Pete.

The link above is for the 10 x 20 steel ez up and they are quoting $776.40 shipped.

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EZ-Up makes a 8 x 12 specifically for autos and motos...they're around $300....get two and you should be covered...haha

The aluminum framed ones are more cash.....

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We (CPD Racing) have both the EZ-Up and the KD Kanopy brands that we use. They are identical in size, but the KD weighs significantly less.
Given my choice, I would not order another EZ after comparing the two. The KD is far easier to work with, and so far has proven to be just as durable, even in the wind storm at LSPR on Friday night this year.
The price is comparable, the weight is less and it sets up and comes down easier.
Take it for what it's worth, but I'd recommend the KD.

-Parker
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Good old Harbor Frieght had some 10'x10' "easy-ups" earlier this year. If I remember correctly, I think they were around $100.
 
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