Black Wolf Tuff 10 manual

Black Wolf Tuff 10
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manualBlack Wolf Tuff 10

PITCHING YOUR TENT

1. Choose a flat site, clear away any sharp sticks or stones that may damage your tent
floor.
2. Lay out the inner tent and peg it out at the corners. Note the front door where the
vestibule will be also has the zippered power cord inlet and has 3 pins on the rings.
3. Assemble the poles ensuring each section locks together, you will have:
2 x Main tent pole top arches (no colour marking)
4 x Main tent pole hockey sticks (no colour marking)
2 x Bedroom pole top arches (yellow marker tape)
4 x Bedroom pole hockey sticks (yellow marker tape)
1 x Vestibule pole top arches (red marker tape)
2 x Vestibule pole hockey sticks (red marker tape)
4. The poles are colour coded to match the coloured tape on the pole sleeves, start with
the yellow bedroom poles, thread the top arch poles through the poles sleeves. With
one person on each side of the tent lift one top arch pole and attach the hockey stick
poles on each side they should angle towards the door insert the pin on the ring into
the pole. Repeat this for the other yellow pole. Next thread the main tent top arches
through the pole sleeves across the top of the main room in the middle of the tent.
Again with one person on each side of the tent lift one main tent arch pole from both
sides and attach the hockey stick poles and insert the pin on the ring into the pole,
repeat for the other main pole. Attach all the plastic c-clips to the poles. The inner is
pitched.
5. Unroll the fly and lay it over the tent. The front of the fly has a pole sleeve for the
vestibule pole. Line up the windows and doors. Attach Velcro loops on inside of the
fly to the poles. Thread the red vestibule top arch pole through the poles sleeve then
attach the hockey stick poles on each side and insert the pin on the ring into the pole.
Clip the fly to the tent at the base of the main poles at the front and back. Peg out all
the loops on the fly.
6. Guy Ropes are already attached to your tent. It is important to securely peg out all
guy ropes as the weather can change at any time.
Please Note:
Your tent is not fire-proof, be vigilant around flames and fire. Avoid cooking inside on
open flames.
This tent is not designed or intended to be used as permanent accommodation.

COMPONENT CHECKLIST

INNER TENT AND FLY
15 STEEL POLE ASSEMBLIES AND POLE BAG
2 x Main tent pole top arches (no colour marking)
4 x Main tent pole hockey sticks (no colour marking)
2 x Bedroom pole top arches (yellow marker tape)
4 x Bedroom pole hockey sticks (yellow marker tape)
1 x Vestibule pole top arches (red marker tape)
2 x Vestibule pole hockey sticks (red marker tape)
50 STEEL PEGS AND PEG BAG
GUY ROPES (ALREADY ATTACHED TO THE TENT)

TUFF TENT 10

The gusseted windows on your
tent can be used for ventilation in
almost any weather. Maximising
ventilation will help to minimise
condensation inside your tent.
PEG OUT AND PITCH THE
INNER TENT FIRST
PITCHED TENT WITH FLY

DISASSEMBLY AND TENT CARE

Remove the pegs from the guy ropes, roll up the guy ropes and stow them in
the guy rope fin pockets.
Unclip the fly from the inner and remove, ensure it is completely dry before
folding up. Remove all the poles by pushing them out, rather than pulling.
Clean any dirt from the pole ends. Fold the poles up and return to their bag.
Remove remaining pegs and clean them before they are put away.
Turn the inner over to expose the floor - if this is damp or dirty, clean and
allow to dry. Flip the inner the right way up and lay the fly evenly out on top.
Fold it up, folding into the centre, until the width is the size of the carry bag,
then roll up.
If you must pack your tent up when wet, dry out as soon as possible to
avoid mildew damage. If you have been camping in a coastal environment
everything should be rinsed in fresh water before storing for an extended
period.
The specifications of your tent may vary from what is shown as we are
always working to improve and update our products.
Made in China

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General
Marca Black Wolf
Modelo Tuff 10
Producto Carpa
Idioma Inglés
Tipo de archivo Manual de usuario (PDF)

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