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Message posted by Mucker188409/6/2017 at 2:51pm
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Without wishing to come across as patronising, for anyone not aware, the majority of guylines are there to strengthen the erected tent.
For garden drying (both 3 pole, and 5 pole tunnel tents), we used to erect, and literally just guy out 1 line at front (tied to house), and 1 at back (tied to shed), to stop it falling end to end. Not one tent peg used.
If you have room to fully lay out flat, chances are you could get the poles in and stand it up. Would likely get a lot drier, a lot quicker.
Obviously, it ain't secure, so you'd need to be in attendance/keep popping out to check on it, but with a breeze and sunshine, it could be coming down again an hour later, ready to go back in the bag. Worked for us!
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