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|Release||21 November 2006 (Update)|
|High alch||64 coins|
|Low alch||43 coins|
|Exchange||39 coins (info)|
|Examine||It's a shabby-looking graahk fur.|
Players can turn a piece of tatty graahk fur into the top or legs of the graahk hunter gear set. They can do this by taking one fur and 150 coins for each garment required to the fancy-dress shop owner in Varrock. They cannot use tatty fur to make a graahk headdress, which requires perfect graahk fur. Tatty fur also cannot be used as a tertiary ingredient in making the spirit graahk pouch.
The fur trader at the fur stall in East Ardougne used to pay 64 coins for the first one when he had none in stock, or 497 for a batch of ten. However, he now pays 32 coins per fur, regardless of how many he has in stock. This is a much better return than trying to sell unwanted tatty furs on the Grand Exchange, where the market price is only 39 coins, and sales are very rare.
|Item quantity required||1|
|Base junk chance||98.9%|
|Wild animal furs||Fur • Bear fur • Grey wolf fur|
|Trapping Kebbit furs||Common kebbit fur • Polar kebbit fur • Feldip weasel fur • Desert devil fur|
|Falconry Kebbit furs||Spotted kebbit fur • Dark kebbit fur • Dashing kebbit fur|
|Pitfall furs||Larupia fur • Tatty larupia fur • Graahk fur • Tatty graahk fur • Kyatt fur • Tatty kyatt fur|