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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Wenzel Monarch Tent instructions
Wenzel does. They e-mailed me one for a different model that I bought on eBay. They're website doesn't offer any help but they were very helpful when I called!
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
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.
Posted on Aug 11, 2009
Are you keeping food inside the tent?
Bears usually will not come near humans unless there is food smell coming from within the tent.
I also camp in the north woods and generally its the coyotes that are daring enough to come into a campsite. Also they use coon dogs for hunting bear which falls in public camp season and they roam about to track bear. My personnal best defense is to keep my chainsaw just inside the door as being a camp host I find myself being alone in site untill my guests arrive. The chain saw noise is a good defense to scare off anything because its very loud .And yes Ive actually had to run it one night in Particular when my site was surrounded by a pack of coyotes and they were right outside. KEEP ALL FOOD AWAY FROM TENT AT ALL TIMES. Raccoons also are very daring and will come on site even when your there if they smell food and are smart enough to open water jugs with their paws the trick to keep them out of your food is to put the coolers under the bench part of the picnic tables so the lids cant be opened.Im a very ex. camper and can give tips all day long
Posted on Jan 20, 2010
SOURCE: Need instruction manual for the
I borrowed one of these and got most of the job done.
Here's what I ended up doing:
At a site with good drainage, a little uphill, stake down the floor of the tent
Longest two poles go through the twin sleeves in the center/top. They are color coded red and yellow
These two poles are anchored at the base by the center color coded ring_peg
The tube ends of the fiberglass poles. Fit over these pegs.
The slightly shprter fiberglass poles go trhough the two blue sleeves.
These poles get anchored on one end by a yellow ring peg and on the other by a red ring peg. They hold the vented windows up.
The arch shaped pole is threaded through a black sleeve atop the entrance to the. Tent.
The arch is anchored on either side by a red ring peg on one end and a yellow peg on the other.
Stake the lines from the screen windows outwards from the tent
Spread the tarp over the top and stake the corners to shelter the screened top from rain
Posted on May 22, 2011
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