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8/18/2017 12:05 PM
 
Ed T wrote:
After 6 months of debate and procrastination I ordered a Qui-Ya about a month ago...
 
I meant to get back to you after Mark scared you off with the "qui-Ya isn't big enough" talk. Glad you pulled the trigger anyway, Considering the decades of experience behind your opinion, I very much appreciate that you're liking this pack.

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9/15/2017 7:06 AM
 

The qui-Ya looks like a great pack--I spent a happy hour yesterday bending stays and shock-cording G-hooks--but curiosity has gotten the better of me: what's the function of the tabs on either side of the metal pulley (where the two-inch strap from the harness passes through)? 

At any rate, a "Ute" with shoulder lift has been on my wish list for a long time now--although I admit y'all did set off a kind of mid-life crisis when I realized that, you know, this is the last big pack I'm likely to use in my lifetime.;)

 
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9/15/2017 10:55 AM
 
CreationBear wrote:

curiosity has gotten the better of me: what's the function of the tabs on either side of the metal pulley (where the two-inch strap from the harness passes through)? 

Those are backups in case the center pulley breaks or pulls out. You can use a couple of G-hook terminated straps (the delta straps that came with your Prairie Belt) to re-attach your harness.

 

 


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9/15/2017 3:14 PM
 
Got you--that's a great bit of redundancy.
 
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Yesterday @ 3:31 PM
 
Does this pack have the ability to pack meat between the bag and frame (Meat shelf)? I would like to be able to pack in with all of my gear for a 10 day hunt, and then drop of most at base camp. Then I would run the pack in a day pack mode. I would like to put the heavy weight (Meat) close to my body, and run the day pack which should be much lighter away from the frame.
 
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Today @ 9:10 AM
 

Personally, I recommend lining the pack with a contractor bag and then putting the boned out meat in it, but yes it will work great the way you are describing.

Jump to about 7:15 (although the whole video is awesome) for two quarters: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G5We4l1lpk8

Or jump to about 5:03 (although again the whole video is worth it) for an approximately 300lb rock in that configuration: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i7ph-_Dra0Q


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Today @ 9:18 AM
 
Thank you for the videos. This helps me to see exactly how the pack works.
 
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