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The thing I like about the StackPack is that it allows me to drop the main from the cockpit and leave it if conditions are rough. Then I can properly flake it and zip it up at a safer time. In mild conditions, I'll go forward and flake it and zip it up while on the go. As with any installation, proper install and usage are important to having it function at it's best. I also put on the StrongTrak and have a rigid vang.

Had I not needed a new main, I won't have bought the StackPack, but having used it, I find it a good fit and a good value for me.
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I got some good feedback.

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