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    Lightbulb How to peg a tent

    I Have a Howling moon Wizz Tent 2.6 (Similar to the Oz Tent). The floor of the tent has a very effective water proof well but the sides are rather high and the peg loops are approximately 150mm off the ground. How should they be pegged so that the sides are not pulled down but rather stay at the hight intended?

    We have just returned from the Kgalagadi where we experienced some extreme water. Roads flooded, green green green and rain. But had a great time and the tent was waterproof.

    I look forward to your suggestions.

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    Default Re: How to peg a tent

    Use these
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    Default Re: How to peg a tent

    Or these ...





    http://maxcons.co.za/

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    Smile Re: How to peg a tent

    Thanks. I think the rubbers will do the trick. The Max pegs are a bit of an overkill.

    Tommy.

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