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for sale/wanted parts for Model88-97-08 Vacation Cottage

4:21 p.m. on July 2, 2013 (EDT)
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Purchased this in 2003.  it is still in pretty good shape, but it needs the left roof pole RGPL-171GR and rain fly.   The rainfly can be repaired.  the pole is good except the hard plastic hubs shattered when a tree branch fell on it. 

My husband wants to throw it in the trash, but except for the pole and a small tear (less than 2in) I think its still a damn good tent.  

If you have parts and would be willing to sell them or want parts, and would pay for the shipping, I would like to hear from you.

email at : nwad1807@msn.com 

Dawn S. or 303-363-8632

 

10:32 a.m. on July 11, 2013 (EDT)
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Hi, Dawn.  I found this for you.

http://www.northpoleltd.com/manual/?searchNumber=88-97-08

The '800' numbers in the manual are defunct, as you may already know.

The best thing may be for you to write to Tent Repair Services and ask them if they will repair it for you.  They are the great people and do excellent work.

The repairs may cost as much as a new tent, but then perhaps the one you have is made well and/or carries with it some sentimental value.

Include photos and size of your tent model, or (especially) photos of what needs repair.

http://www.tentrepairservices.com/

Also, and the most economical 'do-it-yourself' method of all, the Campmor Company sells tent poles and tent repair kits.

http://www.campmor.com/?utm_source=Google&utm_medium=ppc&gclid=CKL7msDUp7gCFZGi4AodDXMAtQ

Let me know what happens next.

Warm regards,

TF

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