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    Brute1100's Avatar
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    Re: Pole Mod on a SF

    What poles did you use? And what tips as well... I keep going back and forth on tips and can't seem to make up my mind...
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    I used a tent pole from my Eureka Apex 2XTA tent. They have the stud-type ends. I don't think the ends matter as much as how the pole sections connect to each other. (internal/external)
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    Nice work.

    For a no sew version check out what I've been using.

    It's a double pole mod to accommodate WBRR spreader bars but you can use the same concept and throw 2 Grip Clips at the center of the tarp and have it be a single pole mod.

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    Senior Member RamenShamen's Avatar
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    Let me tell ya Hoot, there was some sweat beading upon my brow while I was modifying my tarp.
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