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Old 06-03-2008, 02:13 PM
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A few more options for spill kits.

Ramsorb:
http://www.ramsorb.com/spillbags.htm

Ramsorb kits through eBasicPower:
http://bpi.ebasicpower.com/mm5/merch...26srch_mfg%3D1

Spill-Kit.com
http://spill-kit.com/Spillkitspg1.htm

Drip Pillows:
http://www.dawginc.com/secondary-spi...drip-berms.php

I bought a basic spill kit instead of the drip mat, mostly because renewing a drip mat is a lot more than replacing a few $1 mats (about $50 for a new center pillow). Not to mention I wasn't sure how much space and weight a mat might be. Although they do look very handy for trail repairs.
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