Ozark Trail 4 Person Tunnel Tent
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About this item
About this item
This Ozark Trail 4 Person Tunnel Tent will sleep up to four comfortably.
Ozark Trail Tent, Sleeps 4:
- Tall vertical walls maximize livable space
- Sleeps 4
- Seam-taped polyester fly
- Rectangular floor plan makes it easy to arrange sleeping bags
- 100 percent polyester and fiber glass poles
- 6-month limited warranty
- Model# WF-847267
|Tent Type:||Dome Tent|
|Battery Type:||Does Not Contain a Battery|
|Multi Pack Indicator:||No|
|Shipping Weight (in pounds):||18.6|
|Product in Inches (L x W x H):||25.984 x 8.267 x 8.267|
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- I was just sent an email from the tent manufacturer containing the instructions. I answered this question previously in this thread, and as you can see, we did ours differently, based on our own logic, before we received the email with the instructions.. I'm quoting the actual instruction page with pole labels, etc. Step 1. Verify package contents. 1 Center pole (TCPOL-467BK), 2 tent side poles (TSPOL-440BK), 1 tent roof pole (TRPOL-352BK) -- To order a new set of poles, use PSET-BK4. -- 1 Rain Fly with 6 S-Hooks, 6 guy lines (GROPE-3M), Stake set of fourteen 7'' steel stakes. Set up at home before camping trip. Step 2 A.) Find a flat level surface. B) Install tent poles. Entend poles, Take the center pole (TCPOL-467BK), and slide it into its middle roof sleeves. Take the side poles (TSPOL-440BK) and slide them into the side sleeves. Gently, flex poles into an arch and insert ends onto pin-rings at the base of the tent. C) Next, Take a roof pole (TRPOL-352BK) and insert one end of the pole into the pocket at the corner. Finish securing by inserting pole ends into the opposite pocket. Poles will cross the center. D) Snap quick clips (attached to tent body) on tent poles to shape the tent. Attach the rain fly. Drape rain fly over the tent. Connect each S-hook to the pin-ring at the base of the tent. Fasten the nylon fasteners located on the underside of the rain fly onto corresponding tent poles. Stake the tent. Step 4. Stake the tent. A) Stake tent by driving stakes through the webbing loops and pin rings on tent base. B) To secure guy lines, find the guy line plastic slider and look for the portion of the line opposite the knot Pull this portion forming a loop (works like a slip knot). Extend the guy lines to ground and stake. Repeat with remaining guy lines. For missing parts: 1-877-579-1550. These are the instructions straight from the manufacturer -- the paper you'd usually find these on the bag with the tent. I don't know why they're don't come with it.by catscatscats7/31/2015Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- In layman's terms: The tent comes with four poles having three different sizes. It also comes with the tent itself, and the rain fly (factory Sean sealed) connected to the zippered vestibule. First laid the tarp out flat; steak down the tent in the 6 fabric loops to the pins. Next, what we did was to put the poles through the center of the tent first. That pole will have the rubber tips on both ends. Next, we put in the largest pole which would go in the middle slot. We put the pole through the pole sleeve then we connect the clips to one side of the pole. Then we lifted the other side of the pole and clip those sides last then put the pole into the pin. The pole will not go into the pin if all of the clips are not attached. We did the same thing with the other two in any order. These are the smaller pools which are the same size. To set up the rain fly, we found front part of the rain fly ( the vestibule) which has the Ozark Trail logo on it. We connected the first two plastic clips on the rain fly closest to the vestibule to the pin rings and together carried it all the way to the back of the tent. We clipped the rest of the plastic clips to each of the rings. Finally, we staked the guy lines for the vestibule first. There are no poles for it. Then, we staked the rest of the guy lines. And we were done. I hope this helps. I'd rather give too much information than not enough.by catscatscats7/31/2015Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- Place a tarp down and lay the tent down on top of it. Connect the tent poles together, then using the picture on the tent box determine which tent sleeves the poles need to go in. Keep an eye out for color-coded sleeves and poles. Begin to insert the poles into the sleeves. One at a time, insert the end of each pole into the pins at the base of the tent. Then, bend the poles and insert the opposite ends into the other pins. Don't forget to connect the tent clips to the poles. Finally, find the stake outs located on the bottom of the tent and securely hammer a stake into the ground through each of the stake outs.by CommunityAnswer12/16/2015Was this answer helpful? (4) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- I am an avid camper hiker and can set it up solo. If you do not have lots of tent experience then a second person would be a great asset. Assemble 3 poles (note 2 different lengths) and push them through their respective sleeves so equal length is on both sides. Start at one end and place one end of pole on pin and then help sleeve side over ferrules on pole until you can place pole onto other pin. Have someone hold this hoop as you do next one and so on. Put ridge pole in place and tent will hold its shape. Some may prefer to stake corners first but I prefer not to. Connect clips to pole. Stake tent before attaching fly. Always use a footprint/ground cloth (tarp, tyvet, etc) under tent floor. Ground cloth should never extend past floor edge but be about 3" smaller on all 4 sides.by ATCwalker8/21/2015Was this answer helpful? (3) (1)Was this answer helpful?
- Set up for this tent is relatively easy. This is a "barrel" style tent. After you remove the tent from the carry bag, you will need to spread it out. Once the tent is completely spread out, stake down all of the corners. The next step is to feed the tent poles through the tent sleeves. Once the poles are through, you secure the ends of the tent poles to the ring pins. When this is done it will force the tent up, completing the basic set up. The final step is to attach the rain fly to the tent base. Set up will take about 10 minutes the first time you set the tent up. Once you get the hang of it, set up will take you 5-7 minutes- less if you have someone to help youby OutdoorsExpert10/30/2015Was this answer helpful? (4) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- Agreed with the first answer. Once one puts the ridge pole up, it'll stand. Staking the tent makes it 1000 percent secure. The tent comes with 4 poles.by catscatscats12/16/2015Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- Yes once you get the ridge pole in place the tent will stand on it's own. ALWAYS stake all tents.by ATCwalker12/16/2015Was this answer helpful? (3) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- This tent does not come equipped with any poles.by CommunityAnswer12/16/2015Was this answer helpful? (1) (14)Was this answer helpful?
- There is one door, and two windows on both the back wall and the door.by catscatscats10/30/2015Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- Hello, To answer your question, there are two windows on the front and rear. On the front vestibule, a door can be found on each side, but there are no windows on the fly. Instead, it completely consists of mesh wall on the inner section of the tent. Thank you!by OutdoorsExpert10/30/2015Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- Looking at the photos of this tent, it is a full mesh see through top when you take the rain fly off.by CommunityAnswer11/28/2015Was this answer helpful? (0) (3)Was this answer helpful?