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2015 Livin Lite QuickSilver 100 Aluminum Camper Popup Folding Trailer THOR
2015 Livin Lite QuickSilver 100 Aluminum Camper Popup Folding Trailer THOR
$2,025.00 (43 Bids)
End Date: Thursday Oct-26-2017 5:48:25 PDT

New 2018 23SCSE Sports Enthusiast Pop Up Toy Hauler Slide Out Folding Camper
New 2018 23SCSE Sports Enthusiast Pop Up Toy Hauler Slide Out Folding Camper
$12,599.00
End Date: Friday Oct-27-2017 11:17:45 PDT
Buy It Now for only: $12,599.00

New 2018 Forest River Rockwood Hard Side A214HW Folding Pop Up Camper RV
New 2018 Forest River Rockwood Hard Side A214HW Folding Pop Up Camper RV
$5,200.00 (24 Bids)
End Date: Saturday Oct-28-2017 6:06:23 PDT

New 2017 Forest River Rockwood Hard Side A214HW Folding Pop Up Camper
New 2017 Forest River Rockwood Hard Side A214HW Folding Pop Up Camper
$15,987.00
End Date: Sunday Nov-5-2017 12:15:06 PST

Folding Campers

Having a good quality tent when you take your family on a camping trip is one of the best investments that you can make. Larger tents are also great to have around for gatherings in your back yard. There are some things that you can do to be sure that you are getting the best value for your tent.

The first thing that you will have to do is determine the size of the tent that you will need. You should consider the use of the tent and the amount of people who will have to be inside at any given time. This is the information that you will need to start shopping for your tent.

Remember that the lowest cost tent is not necessarily the best value. If you choose a tent based strictly on the cost, you could end up with something that is too flimsy to handle the elements. If you plan to be in cold weather, you will need a tent that can keep the warmth inside the tent where you and your family will be trying to keep warm. In rainy weather, a cheaper tent may not be able to keep the water out where it belongs. Look at the quality of the materials that are used and determine the lowest cost tent that will hold up under difficult weather.

You should also look at some reviews of outdoor equipment and find the brand name that gets the highest praise. It can be very helpful to read the opinions of those who have actually used the tent you are considering.

Once you have determined the brand that you should use for your tent, it is time to do some comparison-shopping. You can check all of the local sporting goods stores in your area for the tent and compare the prices or you can go online. Of course, for the best possible price and quality you should do both.

When you are shopping online for your tent, make sure that you take into consideration the shipping costs when you are comparing the prices. You can often find a great deal online very easily because there are more options available to you. However, if the shipping costs are too high, you could end up paying more for the tent online than you would in your local sporting goods store.

Asking your friends and family about the type of tent that they are using will help you to find a quality tent. Having recommendations from those whose opinions you trust can be very helpful to finding the best deal on your tent.

Remember, lower cost does not mean the best value on your tent. You should buy the tent that is going to hold up well in all kinds of weather and difficult circumstances. The tent that lasts you and your family for a number of years is the best value for your tent. Also, the tent that does not leave you out in the cold and rain at the worst possible moment is the best value as well.

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Folding Campers Question

Pennine Pullman awning help!?

Does anyone here have a Pennine Pullman folding camper? Wev'e just bought one as an upgrade from t.tent, the main body of the camper goes up like a dream but the awning is absolute hell! Attaching the poles is OK but after the awning's spread over the frame i find it impossible to zip it to the main frame,ive tried every which way i can think of but to no avail so i would be eternally grateful if anyone has had a similar experience and the best method of doing this horrendous task thanks in advance all advice welcome.

Sorry I can't help, presume you've tried ebay ? Can it be joined to the main frame by another method ? You've obviously thought of all these possibilities, so I'm not being much use. Good Luck anyway.

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