Dave Witt: are all the various poles the same thickness?
dirtshaman: While cutting that fiberglass pole, you may want to saw around the
circumference. This will prevent splintering. Happy camping!
irwinrose2010: Way better than the written instructions from Coleman. Thank you.
OiVey1978: Thank you for this very useful video.
PrsnKng: Thanks for this video. Now I can replace my broken pole.
Yeshuamysavior1: Thank you! Because of your excellent teaching, I can replace my broken tent
pole. I had no clue!
worldofcamping: Hi, Great to hear you found it useful. Thanks, World of Camping
worldofcamping: Hi, Thanks, we are glad you found it helpful. Regards, World of Camping
MythicShot: Agree. Almost impossible to re-string the poles without using something to
pull the string, rather than trying to push it in, which wont work.
NobleFuzzyPanda: Nice instruction, but a little over exposed , Thank you.
worldofcamping: Im glad its proving of use :-) Regards, World of Camping
David Harmstone: my end poles have a metal on like the mid sections, no sign of the elastic
when i shine a torch in just looks like metal, and unable to twist them of
seem like they are glued on , how do i go about replacing one of the mid
jackrc18: Sorry guys not entirely useful as a bit missing here and there... 1/ You
may need to use long nose pliers to pull out the old bungee (Not shown)
2/You may need to thread multiple poles one at a time or use a 'draw
wire/tape' (Not shown) 3/ You dont show the joining of the old and new
bungee in such a fashion that the now oversized knot doesnt protrude out of
the joinig collar, or if its just as easy to replace the entire bungee.(Not
WelshOgre66: What about if I need to replace the end section and need to secure the
ferrule in place with waterproof glue? Nothing for that.
worldofcamping: Thanks very much, we are glad you found it useful :-)
Cyndy S: thank you so much for posting this as we broke two separate tent poles this
weekend and I have another camping trip coming up in a few weeks! Looks
simple enough, but I was worried that they would be hard to re-thread with
the elastic string...is it really as simple as you made it look?
Jason Jaszemski: Thank you so much! I thought I was going to have to buy a whole new pole
until I saw this video. Your video and a $10 got everything set right again
for me. Thanks!
GT9380: Thanks for the help! When it came time to thread the bungee cord back into
my tent poles, I ended up using scotch tape on the end of the cord to make
the job easier.
MythicShot: Bring a selection of them to the campsite ? Would make far more sense to
know what size your pole is and buy ONE replacement !
Rube Cube: Would duct taping it together not work?
Bert Raccoon: Cheers that's helped a lot. P's she's fit lol