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Old 04-13-2016, 08:19 AM
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Late last year I joined a GoFundMe campaign to help out a friend of a friend who came up with a unique tent stake. What was cool is that they are offered in different sizes. One might even work for the plane.

I brought them to SnF and they worked great to tie the plane down. Easy time screw in and out, lightweight, and easy to clean.

The only thing is you need to screw them all the way in.

Here is the link.
Gutsy move, Maverick (posting this comment/question here)!

I'm always looking for better mousetraps for strapping my plane to the ground, and these have caught my eye. Might be good in an array of 2,3 or 4 at each tie down point.

One thing I have learned about devices for tying down a plane, is the best device/system depends on the soil. Augers and screws work well in loam or sand. Spikes work well in rocky soil. One size does not fit all.

Still looking for the ultimate, light solution.
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