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Old 06-10-2015, 12:18 AM   #31
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Just installed my PUGs. I glued the Velcro to the inner channel under the lip. I love these things. Awesome product. I will be using them this weekend. Can't wait!! Great job to Bob at pop up gizmos
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Old 06-10-2015, 12:23 AM   #32
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How do you attach the PUG s to the Velcro? Do you climb up on the bunk without putting up the tent? It would be pretty hard to reach over the tent roof.


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Yes, I used a step ladder to climb up. Once I put the Velcro in place then I go inside and raise it up. Pretty simple
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Can you leave them installed on the ends all the time?
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Old 06-10-2015, 05:56 PM   #35
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Do you climb onto the tent while it is down?


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Old 06-10-2015, 05:58 PM   #36
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Can you leave them installed on the ends all the time?
generally, you can't close the bunk door with the PUGs installed.
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Yes I use a step ladder to climb on the bunk ends while they are down to attach the Velcro then I go inside the camper and set up the tent ends. Once it is all set up then I attach the bungee cords on the outside and that is it . I will take more pics this weekend when I set it all up again. The pugs need to be removed before closing everything up when u are done
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there should be NO climbing on the tent, especially with the newer pre-attached tent ends. i can climb onto the bunk door, since i have the older tent ends that are the bungee and snap kind. i can simply push the canvas forward to expose the bunk door, without stepping on the canvas.

it's pretty simple, you use a short ladder to clamp the basic PUGs to the tent, usually along the tent seams.

the high wind ones attach differently, as far as i know.
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there should be NO climbing on the tent, especially with the newer pre-attached tent ends. i can climb onto the bunk door, since i have the older tent ends that are the bungee and snap kind. i can simply push the canvas forward to expose the bunk door, without stepping on the canvas.

it's pretty simple, you use a short ladder to clamp the basic PUGs to the tent, usually along the tent seams.

the high wind ones attach differently, as far as i know.
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Well ya ,I wouldn't be jumping around on the canvas tent end either. Nor do I climb on the part that has pressure on it. If the tent is down and the canvas is loose and not standing on the tension part of the canvas, how will it get ruined? I don't see any damage happening
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