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Can I order a replacement rainfly for my Timber Creek Cumberland II tent?

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Tent-Parts.stuccu.com. This is only one place you can get replacement parts for tents online. This one should be a good starting point.

Posted on Sep 25, 2015

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SOURCE: where do i find assembly instructions for the ledge two man tarantula tent

I suggest contacting Ledge, https://ledgestore.com/contactus.sc

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SOURCE: how to assemble a Timber Creek Tellico Dome Tent

Can Timber Creek help with instructions?

Posted on May 09, 2013

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