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Frabill Trekker II

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Has anybody used the Frabill Trekker II? If so, what do you think of this house? The only concern I have with it is the polls seem to be looser compared to the Clams and Eskimo's.

Thanks for any help.

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Used mine all last year, love it. I'd recommend it to anyone.

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Just bought one this year and it is wounderful, and much easier on the pocket book!

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Thank for the help, have you had any issues with the poles being looser then other houses.

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Trekker II is nice, the Trekker Deluxe, is dang SWEET!

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Go the extra hundred and get the DLX. The chairs are sweet

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Have had my Trekker 2 for a couple years now. Works out great but

the seats are something to be desired. To heavy and uncomfortable.

Over all its a great flip over for the price.

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Jim, do you know what your house weighs? Do you have the foam seats with 3 inch padding in it?

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The non-DLX version weighs in at 71 lbs. It's a nice, lightweight one man. I love mine so far.

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My GT Magnum will be here on tuesday. I am as excited as I have ever been. It will be a shame to sell off the trap, but it was time for an upgrade.

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It weighs in about 78lbs with the seats and about 48 to 50 without them. They are the heavy steel square stock and seat

pads are only about 1 inch thick. Thinking about using some light

weight lawn chairs in place of those heavy things.

Trekker 2 Shot from a couple years ago

Another shot

I will go and pull one out and get a shot of it.

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