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Old 09-11-2016, 06:36 AM   #11
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the Clam is a great stand-alone tent,...... it really is 45 sec. set up and has a 7.5 ft(90") center height,... 1st. link is Amazon, search on line and you may find a better price,...2nd. link is a youtube video showing setup,....

https://www.amazon.com/Clam-Corporat.../dp/B00E3LF7FK

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X2 on the Clam. Ours has the built-in storm flaps. We love it we use it for our dogs as a play pen.


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Old 09-11-2016, 11:18 PM   #13
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Screen Tent Questions

This is what we use, Coleman Instant pop up shelter with screen-walls and privacy panels. It is recommended that two people set it up but I easily did it alone and I have recently had a total knee surgery. They say 3 minutes to set up, I agree with that statement for putting up the frame. But adding the material will take longer. Start to finish alone about 20 minutes to fully setup.

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Just received my October issue of Trailer Life Magazine in the mail. On page 12 is an ad by Solera showing a screen room and family room attached to the awning. The type awning arms makes me think it is an electric awning. I have been wrong before, just ask my wife.

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Thanks for the replies guys,I went ahead and ordered a guide series 12x12 from gander mountain.Hope it works out they had them marked down and I had rewards so I don't have much invested if it doesn't work out.I don't think we will use one a ton but this year we have had record setting rain and woods or water it is a struggle.
If its the one I've looked at I think you made a wise choice. If I get another one that's what it will be. Can add screen or solid panels making it very versatile. Straight legs so its a true 12 foot.

I'm on my second E-Z Up. First was a 10 footer (slanted legs so 10' is only the floor area, not the roof). Still own it for backyard parties and well constructed. Then I bought my current 12' E-Z Up as many of the parks we hit were going to longer tables and I needed the room. Again, slanted legs so you are not getting a true 12' at the roof. I paid extra for a screen enclosure which helps with bugs, but doesn't stretch all the way to the floor. Construction not as good as the 10 footer.
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Just received my October issue of Trailer Life Magazine in the mail. On page 12 is an ad by Solera showing a screen room and family room attached to the awning. The type awning arms makes me think it is an electric awning. I have been wrong before, just ask my wife.

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That's different - haven't seen this before. Says it works with other awning types as well.
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