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Halfling

Looking for Source for Part

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Halfling

My 2006 model Aspen Classic only has two ridge poles and does not have the 3rd one over the head of the bed area. Jobe05 was kind enough to give me a piece of tubing to make my own (thanks John!) however I am searching for something I can use to make the two end pieces that fit onto the cross poles. Any ideas?

 

 

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DougW

Call Trailmaster, they should have a whole llot of them in the factory and they are very accomodating people. Probable they will send you a couple.

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jobe05

I used a PVC "t" and cut the backside out of the in the grinder, then pop riveted them onto the poles. We can work in the Tues night if you want.

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Halfling

I used a PVC "t" and cut the backside out of the in the grinder, then pop riveted them onto the poles. We can work in the Tues night if you want.

Am I correct in assuming that you got a T that fit over the outside of the pole and not the inside?

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jobe05

Correct, I think it's a standard 1/2" T. Fits the outside of all poles. The width of my grinding wheel was the perfect size to grind out the ends to fit over the tent poles

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beenshot

My 06 model doesn't have that pole either.

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Halfling

The pole John gave me is 6' long. I don't have mine set up right now so I don't know how long it needs to be, if it's 3' or less then we can make two!

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jobe05

After it gets bent, most of the pole is used, only a few inches will get cut off it.

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