Tents that attach to the Teardrop

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Postby bobhenry » Mon Dec 28, 2009 2:43 pm

SomewhereInND wrote:I would guess covering it up would eliminate some of the rubber neckers.

Which is sometimes a good thing.


I like civilians give me someone to show off to......... :D
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Postby cdfnchico » Mon Dec 28, 2009 5:49 pm

We use WalMart's First Up...we have the screen room as well as the solid walls. With 2 zippers it allows the canopy to fit over the tear. This picture shows the screen room over the galley. With the solid walls attached it can be "walked back" in order to provide night time privacy.

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We also have an SUV tent that we use when we bring the grandsons with us. It snugs right up to the side, but doesn't fit over the galley.

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Postby legojenn » Mon Dec 28, 2009 7:11 pm

Classic Finn posted a link to a German mail-order supply company before Christmas. I had a look at it and this tent looks like it might work with larger teardrops.

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http://www.fritz-berger.de/fbonline/__s ... detail.jsf
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