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    Look at the Emdom Vehicle Hydro. Seems like exactly what you need.
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    Rear pc panel suggestions

    Quote Originally Posted by Wooohah View Post
    Look at the Emdom Vehicle Hydro. Seems like exactly what you need.
    That is very similar to the SKD hydro I have on their now. I just haven't gotten a bladder for it yet


    Edit: scratch that! SKD has better pictures of it on their site that is way better than what I'm running.

    I do like the idea of the camelback mule as I can take it off to access what is inside though. The only thing I don't like about this is the extra straps to get in the way of a sling or something. Although that may also not be an issue.


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    I spend a lot of time in a truck wearing a pc and I'm not a fan of having a lot on my back. I currently have a First Spear .5 liter hydro pouch that I can fill if I need to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DCtheGB View Post
    I spend a lot of time in a truck wearing a pc and I'm not a fan of having a lot on my back. I currently have a First Spear .5 liter hydro pouch that I can fill if I need to.

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    DC- Off topic, but can you tell me more about the chest rig you're running on there?

    On topic-

    You're not going to get much more low-profile than what's already been listed- especially once you throw a water bladder in there.
    I'd vote for the Haley Flatpack- not the most versatile thing ever, but seems large enough for what you want, and you can use it as a regular small day pack as well, if you ever take it off your PC.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jellybean View Post
    DC- Off topic, but can you tell me more about the chest rig you're running on there?

    On topic-

    You're not going to get much more low-profile than what's already been listed- especially once you throw a water bladder in there.
    I'd vote for the Haley Flatpack- not the most versatile thing ever, but seems large enough for what you want, and you can use it as a regular small day pack as well, if you ever take it off your PC.
    It's a Mayflower Pusher chest rig


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    Quote Originally Posted by DCtheGB View Post
    It's a Mayflower Pusher chest rig


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    Great rig.


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    I am a huge fan of the Twin Needle Mini MAP, as well as the SKD/PIG gRUNT and 2L Hydration packs. All three will fit on the back of a PC with ease.
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    I run an Emdom Vehicle Hydration carrier specifically because it's strong enough to carry breaching tools. It's quite heavy for its size, being made of 1000 denier nylon. I have a 2L Camelback in it, but once full it's crazy thick in a car and no way in hell you are accessing anything yourself.

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