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Ozark Trail 10x20 Straight Leg Instant Canopy w/ 6 Sidewalls EXPIRED

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Walmart has Ozark Trail 10x20 Straight Leg Instant Canopy w/ Sidewalls, Stakes, Tie-Out on sale for $99. Shipping is free. Thanks DEAL0

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  • Canopy
  • 6 Sidewalls
  • Carry Bag
  • Stakes
  • Tie-Out
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I see, thanks for the reply. I just checked mine. Box is torn, but no damage to the tent.
No problem. Hope my next one is good.
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I got one of my these tents last Thursday at local Walmart, it was came out at regular price, but they honored the online price, I was able to set it up with the help of my 14y old son.
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These make great tornado shelters.
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Yo mamma's so fat she used a 10x20 Canopy as a wedding dress. You momma's so poor she had to wait until it was a slickdeal to get married.
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Thanks OP, got one...Hopefully it lasts a few uses.
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I must resist.
Brother I tried to resist as well, it lasted about three hours. I'm in for one.
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Temporary shelter for winter canoe upgrades and maintenance. Will put a space heater in there and keep the rain and cold out for a couple of weeks. In for 1. Thanks OP.
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[UPDATE / QUICK REVIEW]

So I just got mine in today, opened the box to check it out and this thing is SWEET. It has a carry bag, handles and wheels. You can roll it around like luggage with one person.

The setup looks pretty straight forward, but I didn't extend it all the way open, just wanted to see how it works. It's the expanding hinge type and I think one person could do the whole thing. You expand it while it's low to the ground, put on the top tarp and then the legs extend to make it taller.

I have another 10X20 and it was really a pain to put up. Each rib was 3 poles and had interconnecting poles, not so easy for one person, but I've done it a number of times.

I haven't checked yet, but I really hope the tarps have UV protection.

I'm going to use this as a paint booth to paint a few cars. I cover the inside with cheap plastic to save the tarps, then add some fans and it's a pop up paint booth.


[Edit] This has to be the thinnest canvas / tarp that I've ever seen in my life. I really hope it has rip stop and UV because this stuff is THIN. I guess I could line them with a Harbor Freight tarp, but the tarp really doesn't look durable. I would have thought they would be thicker for a $250 (original price). The structure looks great, you can fold it into a fairly small shape and roll it around on it's wheels.
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Is this thing gonna hold up to rain/storm weather. Thinking it would be better than hanging a tarp from a tree during those cubscout camp-outs.
When I was in scouts, we had the more durable steel frame canopies that had a thick tarp top with like 100 bungies holding it on. One of those lasted my entire Scout career, from 10-18 years old and was still as nice as the day it was bought by the troop. We did monthly campouts. For general light use by a cub scout den (maybe a few campouts a year), it may be okay. For more consistent use i'd avoid it. You also have to think of kids who don't pay attention and will run into the poles, trip over tie down cords, etc. This is far more likely to bend than something with 1.5" diameter steel tubing and steel connection points, but is also much less expensive. Not saying this is a deal, but just a quick search to demonstrate the type of canopy our troop had used for many many years: https://www.amazon.com/Harpster-C...B0001YXWY6

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If you are an acorns member, you can buy this through their app to earn 1% "Found Money" (Walmart gives you 1% back into your Acorns account).
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Any DIY engineers in the house?

Would I be able to modify the build at all? Would like to cut off the top canvas and replace it with a bamboo matt as the roof. Would the frame still hold up? Or is the roof canvas needed to support the frame and hold it all together?
Tadur063Any DIY engineers in the house?

Would I be able to modify the build at all? Would like to cut off the top canvas and replace it with a bamboo matt as the roof. Would the frame still hold up? Or is the roof canvas needed to support the frame and hold it all together?
​I made it last night. Didn't place the roof on as I want to use the canopy in the future for outdoor parties. Bought some zip ties, cinder blocks to keep poles steady, 4 - 6' x 15' bamboo reed fencing, and 6 - 12' 1.37" x 1.37" redwood lumber from Lowe's (used a mover's coupon to save $20 off 100 and used the Staple's Gift Card promo $90 for $100 with Amex targeted offer $25 back with $100 or more purchase). Worked great! Added 20' curtain string lights on each side, some hanging green vines, and an outdoor patio mat (9' x 18') (all from Amazon) to decorate.
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Deal is back ALIVE. it was alive a few days ago, then dead, but as of 10/17 9pm PST, it's up.

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Ozark-T.../805384948
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Pulled this one year old canopy out of the box this past weekend and I come to find out there's NO canopy top included in my set! They mis-packaged my set and included two sets of side panels and no top! I emailed the manufacturer and they replied that they no longer have this item available and have no spare parts available. They recommend I return it to Walmart.
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