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I have a ten peaks tent made by quest want to say it sleeps ten with pole color yellow red and black need directions to put it up

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    Jared Webb Aug 08, 2020

    hello i just bought a similar tent and need instructions as well, did you ever get help on this. Im not sure which color poles go where

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Https://www.answers.com/Q/Where_can_you_get_instructions_for_the_ten_peaks_tent_by_quest

Unfortunately, the web site given in the link above is no longer in service, so it may be difficult to find instructions other than those at the link.

Quoting from the link above: '
"Ten Peaks Tent by Quest
1) Lay out the tent flat on the ground, be sure to stretch floor to eliminate slack. Drive a stake into each corner loop, then drive the remaining stakes into the side loops.
2) Install the poles by first separating them by their color code. Yellow poles make up the center section. Red poles make up the right and left sides. Slide the yellow poles through the center pole sleeve. Slide the red roof poles through the right and left pole loops of the tent.
3) Raise the tent. Assemble the yellow upright poles and attach them to the yellow roof poles. Raise the center of the tent to its approximate height, by using the quick clamps on the bottom of the yellow center uprights. Assemble the red left and right support poles, attach the support poles to the roof poles. Place the side support poles on the ground near the side stake loops. Adjust the placement and the height of the poles until the tent stands firm.

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Well, you should have Three (3) longer poles and Two (2) shorter. Two (2) of the longer poles will be the basic construction poles. They will basically make an "X" across the top of the tent making the four courners of the tent. The other longer pole with also go across the top of the tent and right through the "X" made by the other two (2). This will push out the sides and make is "dome-like".
The two (2) shorter poles will go on either side of the enterance. These will hold up the sides of the tent to give you more volume space on the inside. Not exactly nessasary but if you want more than one or two people to fit inside, you'll need these.
Hope I helped.

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Hello!

This is the basic instructions for a ten peaks ultralite tent. Hope the instruction was the same for your model.

Here are the assembly instructions to the best of my knowledge.
Ten Peaks Tent by Quest
1) Lay out the tent flat on the ground, be sure to stretch floor to eliminate slack. Drive a stake into each corner loop, then drive the remaining stakes into the side loops.
2) Install the poles by first separating them by their color code. Yellow poles make up the center section. Red poles make up the right and left sides. Slide the yellow poles through the center pole sleeve. Slide the red roof poles through the right and left pole loops of the tent.
3) Raise the tent. Assemble the yellow upright poles and attach them to the yellow roof poles. Raise the center of the tent to its approximate height, by using the quick clamps on the bottom of the yellow center uprights. Assemble the red left and right support poles, attach the support poles to the roof poles. Place the side support poles on the ground near the side stake loops. Adjust the placement and the height of the poles until the tent stands firm.

Ten Peaks Tents are supported by Northpole USA.
Instruction manuals can be downloaded at www.northpoleltd.com/manual.
You can request a copy to be sent to you via e-mail at [email protected]. Please list your model number in your request and allow 48 hours for a response.

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