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Clip on tarp pull outs (Pair)

$8.75

Clip on tarp pull outs. These have a unique design with an o-ring around the doughnut making it gentle on your tarp and tacky on silicone nylon.

376 in stock

weight: 32.8 g

Description

Clip on tarp pull outs. These have a unique design with an o-ring around the doughnut making it gentle on your tarp and tacky on silicone nylon.

Because of its very unique design, the more it is pulled – the tighter the grip is on your tarp. Install in seconds, yet they are completely removable. They come with 10ft of 3/32″ chock cord on each tarp pull out and will open your tarp up and give you more room inside. They are great for pulling out your tarp for bridge hammock so your pole doesn’t pierce your tarp. Designed and produced in the USA by Tato Gear

Price is per pair.

Additional information

Weight 32.8 g
SKU TAT009

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  1. Ryan Shields

    5 out of 5

    Ryan Shields

    I didn’t know these existed until I stumbled upon them on this site and they are worth every penny.

    I didn’t know these existed until I stumbled upon them on this site and they are worth every penny. The added space on the interior of the tarp is great and something I never realized I wanted. I haven’t taken them into the woods yet but they seem sturdy enough as long as I don’t lose them.

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  2. Question

    Admin Ben

    Will these work on DCF (Cuben Fiber) tarps? Would it damaging for DCF?

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    • admin

      We would not recommend using them and if you do be extremely careful. You could however purchase double sided cuben fiber tape and use that to make a seamless patch with additional cuben fiber and create a pullout that way.

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  3. Question

    Jeffrey Bartol

    Would these work on bug netting? Say from a bugnet to a connection on a tarp to create a little more room inside the bug net.

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    • Carolyn Palmer

      Admin Carolyn Palmer

      If would not recommend this as it may fail and the bugnetting could rip

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  4. Question

    rixtory

    Dutch,
    Would these work on a homemade hammock without side tie outs? I am making a hammock for my little girl and am thinking these would be great – one on each side to create the pullouts?

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  5. Tyroler Holzhacker

    5 out of 5

    Tyroler Holzhacker (verified owner)

    My tarp needed pullouts. This solved that

    Great lightweight and reliable way to aid in creating pullouts on a tarp that didn’t come with it (MAC Cat for example). Thanks Dutch for offering this great tarp mod. Goes great with single or dual outside tarp pole mod for more space under your tarp. Great also for ground tarp use.

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  6. Question

    Admin DaveSimpson

    Hi Dutch,

    I’m a ground sleeper and my polyester tarp is missing middle tie-outs. I was hoping I could add these to my kit as a no-sew option to pitch an A-frame when trees are not around for a ridge-line. I was planning to substitute braided mason line for the shock cord to keep the tension, but I’m worried the shock cord may be needed to keep from damaging the tarp. I’m also worried that these aren’t intended to handle the main tension load of the pitch.

    Can you let me know how you think these would handle my intended use?

    Thank you

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    • admin

      Hi,
      Sorry but we do not have a lot of experience in this area and we would not want to give you wrong advise. Thanks and good luck!

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  7. One person found this helpful

    Question

    Admin RhettColley

    Will these work with Silpoly tarps as well, or do they need the stretch provided by Silnylon tarps to work properly?

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    • 0 out of 5 people found this helpful

      admin

      Using polyester is beneficial for tarps because it doesn’t stretch. Nylon stretches, especially when wet, and that makes it sag. If you prefer stretch then stick with Nylon. It is a little stronger than polyester.

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  8. Spinalfusion

    5 out of 5

    Spinalfusion

    Work great for being able to adjust tarp/fly in different weather conditions.

    Work great for being able to adjust tarp/fly in different weather conditions. Very easy to use and does not hurt the material of the fly. Just be careful not to loose the center white ring.

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  9. Amy

    5 out of 5

    Amy

    More breathing room

    These help maximize the room under t he tarp for me and make it more roomy while entering and exiting my hammock.

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  10. Khin

    5 out of 5

    Khin

    exactly what i needed

    My silnylon tarp always felt narrow inside. I don’t know how to sew, so for awhile I was at a lost on how to increase the space inside without having to guy out the tarp further. I saw Dutch’s video on this pull outs and they were exactly what I was looking for. They don’t hurt my pretty new tarp and now I use them every time. Y’all should buy one of these if your tarp does not already come with pull outs.

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  11. Beaker

    5 out of 5

    Beaker

    Great add-on

    I have had a set of these tarp pull outs for years. While my winter tarp has built-in pull outs, my two smaller tarps do not and these pull outs allow me the ability to really open up the space under my tarp. They’re a great benefit for the small amount of weight they take up.

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  12. Baller

    5 out of 5

    Baller

    Look amazing!

    I’ve watched enough of the community’s videos to know how amazing tarp pullouts are! These expand the room under the tarp dramatically and would enhance my experience quite a bit. Been looking into DIYing a new tarp, been looking into the best way to add the pullouts, and this might be it.

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  13. Jake

    5 out of 5

    Jake

    Protect Your Tarp For Dual Hammock Hanging

    I recently started hanging with the wife using a spreader bar between the head ends of 2 hammocks and under one tarp. These clip on pull outs are perfect for keeping the spreader bar ends from rubbing and/or puncturing the tarp when one person gets in/out of their hammock. You can put them exactly where you need them regardless of how you pitch your tarp. I’ve used them off and on for over a year and haven’t seen any damage or marks to my tarp fabric (Xenon Sil 5300)

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  14. Gus

    5 out of 5

    Gus

    Part of my kit now.

    I bought a pair of these a while back but never had the opportunity to use them until this past overnighter. I used them to combine my super minimal tarp with my rain kilt to extend the tarp coverage. I could have been much more wet from the windy wet fog if it weren’t for these clip on tarp pull outs.

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  15. Barry

    5 out of 5

    Barry

    I used the clip-on tarp pull-outs to modify my SuperFly tarp to fit the Warbonnet Ridgerunner.

    I used the clip-on tarp pull-outs to modify my SuperFly tarp to fit the Warbonnet Ridgerunner. They work perfectly for that purpose

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  16. Rolloff

    5 out of 5

    Rolloff

    Permanent piece of kit.

    Permanent piece of kit. Great in high winds and weather, Opens up even a minimalist shelter resulting in more usable space. Won’t go to the woods w/o them.

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  17. Robert Edwards

    5 out of 5

    Robert Edwards

    i just used these for an overnight and they worked great as extra tie downs for my tarp

    i just used these for an overnight and they worked great as extra tie downs for my tarp. I was able to pull the center of the tarp down at night keeping out the wind.

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  18. Question

    henryvilla66

    Will these work on silpoly without leaving strech marks on the tarp

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    • One person found this helpful
      Carolyn

      Admin Carolyn

      They will perform just fine for you and should not leave stretch marks. If you leave them on for an extended time frame the fabric may wrinkle.

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