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Keep away from setting up where there is washout (leaves and the dirt pattern is a good solid indicator). The tent should be placed in a position that allows water to drain away from the tent, so that you don`t have a river running through it. Set up your tent away from where you are going to be eating.
Here`s how you`re going to do it.
  • Step 1: Remove any rocks or sticks from the area. …
  • Step 2: Lay down your footprint or tarp. …
  • Step 3: Lay the tent out flat. …
  • Step 4: Connect the poles. …
  • Step 5: Attach the poles to the tent. …
  • Step 6: Raise the tent. …
  • Step 7: Staking your tent. …
  • Step 8: Attach the rain fly.
8 mai 2023
Aim to place the tent in the middle of the backpack. Placing it in the middle puts the least strain on your back since your tent is one of your heavier items. Ideally, your sleeping bag should be at the very bottom of the pack, and your tent should be just above it.

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Tent I bought a tent the name on the outside says South Mountain.Not sure how to put up. It has two long rods & two short ones it looks like there are two rain gaurds also. There are no instrutions that came with this tent. Are there any pics that that show how to put up. I think the tent is around five years old.
ANSWER : It has to be similar to this (see link below). Most tents assemble in similar ways. Insert rods through the sleeves. Hook one side of the rod to one corner, arch the rods and hook the other side of the rod to the opposite corner. Repeat for the other rod.

http://www.coleman.com/coleman/images/pdf/2000000136.PDF

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How to stabalize four tent poles in an open area.
ANSWER : If you get four sturdy poles (not normal tent poles) then the best thing to do is to stake the four poles into the ground at a 60 degree angle with the top away from the tent and then use the tension created by the angle to support the tarp.

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How to put up a coleman tucana tent – Coleman 10' X 10' Sundome Tent 9160K101
ANSWER : Wow. They put more and more stuff on tents. I’ll give it a try based on a photo I found.First, peg the four corners down. This will help it from moving around.Find the two longest poles. These are your main supports and once you get them in, you can use the tent without the fancy rain cover (if you want to). They should run diagonally from the corner’s you pegged. Start at one corner and slide the poles through the sleeves in the top of the tent towards the opposite corner. The next two longest go from back to front. They do not cross diagonally. Slide these into their sleeves.Now the hardest part. Slide a pole into a peg hole or a pin (if your poles have holes in the bottom), then bend the pole and attach it to it’s corresponding corner. Just let the bent poles lay on the ground. Do the same with the others. It shouldn’t matter which poles go up first, but I would do the diagonals myself, then the side supports. Once these 4 poles are up, you’re in business.To attach the monster rain cover flip the whole thing over the top and figure out which side goes to the door. It looks like the lantern is on the right front. It looks like you should have two poles left. One may be the same size as the side support poles, or very close to it. This is the front door pole. The smallest pole is the side roof support.Slide the front door sleeve through it’s sleeve, then attach it to the pins or holes where the diagonally support poles are. They should have two pins in this spot, one for ea pole. Next, slide the side support pole side to side under the roof, but over the tent. It should have little pockets to put the pole into. Last, you’ll have to bungie the hooks to the little rings at each corner of the rain cover. Forget all the strings, unless you want to stake them out to stretch your tent a little. Hope this helped. Alley

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Ripped outwell tent
ANSWER : Log onto http://www.imagescotland.com/scottishmountaingear-home.asp
this is outwell’s recommended repairer!
Good luck
ps. putting the pins in is very tricky – needs strength and patience!

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Greatland dome tent instructions
ANSWER : Here are the instructions for your Greatland tent, I believe…

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I’m trying to find the assembly instructions for a Columbus Homesteader model #1012 tent. Dimensions are 10 ft. by 12 ft
ANSWER : Slip the rods in. Peg out the 4 corners. Put the guy rope pegs in and tighten. Put the awning rods up and pin the guy ropes to those.

Here is a picture and a good review on Amazon

Columbus Homesteader 6 Person Tent

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How do I fix a tear on my tent’s floor?
ANSWER : The repair kit is for the tent not the floor to repair the floor just ues gaffa tape inside and out sidewaterproofing soak the tent with fabisol waterproofer and let dry

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