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    Mystery Ranch Crew Cab??

    Anyone run of these? I've got the Longbow and Metcalf but I think the CC would be great for checking trail cams, hauling salt blocks and setting tree stands!?
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    I keep thinking this is like the Scooby Doo Mystery Van except a pickup truck.

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    I've had a crewcab for two years now. I love it. Use it to backcountry hunt and for boy scout backpacking trips. Have hauled out quartered whitetail on several occasions. Purchased the load cells and the lid to go with it. It can go from a slim daypack to one you can use for an entire week. Very good quality. Highly recommend.

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    Keep the Metcalf, better bag with functional shoulder lift.


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    I sold my crew cab a year ago and regret it. I really like the metcalf for my longer trips but love the crew cab for day hunts. Especially with the new frame extenders.

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    I found a used CC on ebay that is in great shape, I love it, I can cinch in my 50 lbs salt blocks and a game camera in a hurry. The lift kit works pretty slick with it and my longbow!! Thanks for the input guys!
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    The only reason I sold mine was the weight - it is a heavy pack. I went with a stone glacier and have been happy

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    I got a smoking deal on one 2 years ago in optifade open. So far I really like it but I haven't been able to backpack in with it or haul anything out in it yet.
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