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Re: I have a magellan yukon (23-010) 20'x9' that...
You can replace tent poles. I've never used them, but you can try http://tentpoletechnologies.com/. Otherwise I would suggest buying replacement poles from Academy (who makes the Magellan Outdoor line) or trying to find generic poles and an sporting goods store. Best of Luck!
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Mar 23, 2011 - Uploaded by HLujan45
Mr., Tent and Darlene pitch a large family camping tent. theMagellan Yukon. Clear, simple step-by step ...Missing: pvc joints
there are four pockets on the inside of the tent which hold the ends of the pole with the string in them. connect all the poles with the string in them. bend it in a (n) shape and stick the ends in the pockets. the poles are bent so as to give the tent height not depth, do the same for the rear of the tent. the twelve other poles are connected using the small connectors. one connector for two poles then stick those poles into the front and rear (n) shaped poles in the empty connector spaces already on the pole you bent. remember when you bend the pole they will not stay bent until you stick them into the inside pockets in the tent. the nylon straps at the bottom of the tent help the tent to hold on to the mattress. its simple enjoy. i put all the poles together first and then had my helper to hold it in a (n) shape until i could stick the legs into the pockets. look inside the tent once together you will see where you need to tie the nylon straps to the poles
TRY DRILLING A SMALL HOLE ON THE INNER POLE SLIGHTLY SMALLER THAN THE DIAMETER OF THE SCREW. U WILL WANT TO DRILL SMALL HOELS EVERY FEW INCHES(CM) SO THAT U WILL BE ABLE TO SET THE POLE AT VARIOUS HEIGHTS IN THE FUTURE.