LARGE RAIN-FLY AND AWNING - HEAVY DUTY

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The large heavy-duty awning/rain fly measures 10 feet x 14 feet and is designed to cover the tent, Tent Trailer, and a porch area to the back and left of the trailer. The fabric, thread, seam tape, reinforced corners, and other components are constructed from the same materials as the Tentrax tent. The rain fly is supported by extreme weather collapsible aluminum poles.

LARGE RAIN FLY AND AWNING FEATURES:

LARGE RAIN FLY AND AWNING DESCRIPTION:

The large awning/rain fly is custom made for Tentrax trailers and incorporates several unique features. When set up, the tent awning covers the tent and provides a 5 feet x 14 feet protected porch area that extends out to the left side and back of trailer. The tent cover is secured to the tent by way of 4 cinch straps on the underside of the rain fly. These straps attach to the four 'D' rings on the tent.

The rain fly is designed with metal ring grommets for each of the five Easton 7075 aluminum support poles. Easton poles are made with the same excellence and precision inherent in standard tent tubing. The 7075 poles used are designed with a larger diameter for special applications. These poles are extreme weather rated and provide over 80,000 psi of tensile strength. Four long and one short pole are included with the rain fly. When properly setup, the awning/rain fly can withstand quite a bit of Mother Nature's abuse and has been tested in severe conditions like Maine's snow, Oregon's rain, and Baja's sun.

The tent awning is also designed to be secured to the ground using a combination of tent stakes and rope. Ten tent stakes come with the awning/rain fly, but only 5 to 7 will be needed for support. Seventy-five feet of all-purpose, high visibility, 5/32" Diamond-Braid Poly rope is provided with a reusable winder for easy storage and to avoid entanglement. The rope is attached to the rain fly by cutting the rope into lengths and securely attaching each end to the 'D' rings on the rain fly and the other ends to ground stakes. The awning/rain fly will then be securely in place and provide shelter from both sun and rain.

An easy to follow diagram illustrating the setup is provided with each awning/rain fly.

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Last updated on February 5, 2018