Manual Big Agnes Copper Spur UL4 Tent

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COPPER SPUR UL SETUP INSTRUCTIONS
1. Remove contents from stu sack. Spread the tent body out at on the ground.
2. Assemble the two poles: One main pole with two hubs and one short straight
crossover pole. To ensure each pole section is fully seated insert each pole section
into the next by hand, instead of allowing the shock cord to snap them together.
3. Position the assembled pole set on top of the tent body. CS1 & CS2: Align the or-
ange pole segments of the main pole set with the orange webbing at the foot of
the tent. CS3 & CS4: The pole set is symmetrical so the pole tips may be inserted
at either end.
4. Insert the pole tips into the grommets at the four corners of the tent.
5. Attach the H Clip on the top-center of the tent body to the Swivel CH hub on the
main pole. CS1: Attach H Clip to Swivel H.
6. Attach the Twist Clips on the tent body to the main pole.
7. Place the crossover pole across the top of the ridge pole and into the top of the
Swivel CH for CS2, CS3, & CS4. The cross pole on the CS1 is already attached to the
main pole.
8. CS1, CS2, CS3: Clip the ends of the crossover pole into the clear plastic Ball Cap
clips that are located above the doors on the tent body. CS4: Attach the H Clips
above the doors of the tent body to the S Stoppers on the cross pole.
9. Stake out the four corners of the tent body.
10. Drape the rainy over the tent body. CS & CS2: Align the silver and orange web-
bing straps on the rainy with those on the corners of the tent body. CS3 & CS4:
Align the doors on the y with the doors on the tents body.
11. CS4: Insert the tips of the cross pole into the webbing pockets located on the
underside of the y. Note: CS1, CS2 and CS3: The webbing pockets are used in
the Fast Fly set up only.
12. Make sure the webbing at the corners of the rainy is completely slackened. At-
tach the buckles on the rainy to those on the tent body.
13. Stake out the vestibules.
14. Evenly tension the webbing on each corner as needed to keep the rainy taut.
15. Stake out all guylines.
Separate 6”, large diameter pole segment included for emergency
eld repair. Slide repair pole over the break to act as a splint.
FAST FLY SET UP INSTRUCTIONS
If you purchase the optional Big Agnes footprint for any of our models, it will
enable you to pitch a Fast Fly shelter while leaving the tent body behind. The Fast
Fly conguration requires the footprint, tent y, poles and stakes.
1. Lay the footprint on the ground and stake out.
2. Assemble the two poles: One main pole with two hubs and one short straight
crossover pole. To ensure each pole section is fully seated insert each pole
section into the next by hand, instead of allowing the shock cord to snap them
together.
3. Position the assembled pole set on top of the footprint. CS1 & CS2: Align the
orange pole segments of the main pole set with the orange webbing on the
footprint. CS3 & CS4: The main pole has equal length pole sections so the pole
tips may be inserted at either end.
4. Insert the pole tips into the grommets at the four corners of the footprint.
5. Place the crossover pole across the top of the ridge pole and into the top of the
Swivel CH for CS2, CS3, & CS4. The cross pole on the CS1 is already attached to
the main pole.
6. Drape the rainy over the pole frame aligning the silver webbing on y with the
silver webbing on the footprint. Insert the tips of the cross pole into the web-
bing pockets located on the underside of the y.
7. Make sure the webbing at the corners of the rainy is completely slackened. At-
tach the buckles on the rainy to those on the footprint.
8. Stake out the vestibules.
9. Evenly tension the webbing on each corner as needed to keep the rainy taut.
10. Stake out all guylines.
Copper Spur UL1
Tent Body
Copper Spur UL1
Tent Fly
Ball Cap Swivel CH
H Clip Twist Clip
Swivel H S Stopper
Hardware:
Copper Spur UL3
Tent Body
Copper Spur UL4
Tent Body
Copper Spur UL4
Tent Fly
Copper Spur UL3
Tent Fly
Copper Spur UL2
Tent Body
Copper Spur UL2
Tent Fly
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Brand Big Agnes
Model Copper Spur UL4
Category Tents
File type PDF
File size 0.86 MB

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Can I store my tent when it's wet? Verified

Only for very short periods of time. When a tent is stored while wet for a week or longer, it can get moldy. This is harmful for your tent and possibly your health.

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How do I impregnate a tent? Verified

Pitch the tent, clean the cloth and let it dry. Apply the impregnation agent on the cloth with a plant sprayer or other spray. It is also possible to use a paint roller or brush. The cloth needs to be fully saturated with the impregnation agent. Also treat the inside of the tent. Thoroughly clean any windows with a moist cloth. Do not let the impregnation agent dry on it. Let the tent cloth fully dry. Repeat the treatment if needed.

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Can I repair a tear or hole in the canvas of my tent myself? Verified

There are special pieces of self-adhesive patches of cloth available for synthetic tent canvases. Stick one of these patches on both sides of the hole or tear. For cotton tent canvases or mixed material tent canvases it's best to use patches that can be ironed on. This will require an iron.

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The zipper of my tent won't run smoothly, what can I do? Verified

When a zipper is running smoothly, use a dry PTFE spray or silicone spray. Do not spray onto the cloth and preventively spray to prevent future problems.

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There are water drops on the inside of the tent, does this mean it is leaking? Verified

No, this is probably condensation. Make sure the tent is properly ventilated to keep condensation at a minimum.

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What tent pegs are best to use for which surfaces? Verified

On grassland or forest surfaces you can use semi circular or plastic pegs. On rocky surfaces you need to use rock pegs. On clay surfaces you can use semi circular, plastic or universal pegs. On gravel surfaces you need semi circular or universal pegs and on sand you need to use wooden pegs.

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The impregnation agent leaves white stains or a white haze on the tent cloth, what can I do about this? Verified

If the agent leaves a white haze or white stains on the tent cloth, this means you have applied more impregnation agent on those areas. This is not harmful and the stains often disappear over time. It is not advisable to use less impregnation agent to prevent stains. The cloth needs to be fully saturated with the impregnation agent to give good results.

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Manual Big Agnes Copper Spur UL4 Tent