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  1. ImThere

    ImThere Well-Known Member

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    The stand offs muddy uses on their climbing sticks? I can’t seem to find them any where I’m in the market for 6.


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    A picture would help?

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    I can get the big games pros at rural king for $49. I checking in to those and just take the stand offs and use them.


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    Building a set of sticks is getting expensive. I cannot have these built cheaper than I can get lone wolf standoff’s for I just much prefer Muddy. I will be $60 plus shipping for 6 Lonewolf


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    These look close" plus you get the whole stick for that price. https://www.ruralking.com/pro-x-climbing-stick-4-pack.html
     
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    have you contacted Muddy? They may have a bank of them. Just tell them you ran the sticks over with your truck and broke all the brackets.
     
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    No I haven’t contacted muddy I assumed they would be around the price of the lone wolfs. (To much)


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    I tried that when I broke mine and they were adamant about not selling parts. They said they can't control how people use them and don't want that liability. Makes sense for then, but sucks for DIY guys.

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    Maybe I will try big game and see if they follow that guide line.
    I should have G2 call they would probably donate them. Lol


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    I ordered a set of the pro x from ruralking, figured at that price I could mod them and leave my lone wolfs alone lol.
     
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    They wouldn't even replace the junk sticks they sent me. I just wanted a working part to replace the broken one they put on it and they wouldn't do it. That was the last muddy thing I did and will purchase.
     
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    @ImThere, when I customize stuff I usually end up spending way more money than if I had just bought stuff on the market. But I end up with stuff that is perfect for ME :D
     
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    Yes that’s the way I figure it. The price to have some made like the muddies will break the bank. If I can get some I will buy the lone Wolf. I prefer the way the muddys stack and the way it holds to the stick it’s mounted to. And there just light.


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    I know the feeling, I am going through the same thing. Looking for some non pivoting stand offs.

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    Yes that’s why I like the muddy they at least limit the amount you can pivot the standoffs


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    I just ordered the sticks from Rural King $54
     
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    I hope those work. What a great price. The post is steel though...heavy.
     
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    Why don’t y’all like the pivoting stand offs. That’s the best part of my line wolfs. Been using them for 10 years with no problems.
     
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    wont be for long i will be keeping the hardware and tossing the stick
     
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    i want them to pivot slightly not an lot
     

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