Lia Lazzarotto: Hey! So i have recently lost ALL my poles for one of my coleman tent. I ordered and received my tent pole replacement kits this weekend and am eager to put my tent pole replacement kits together BUT coleman is closed so I cannot verify the length each pole should be. SOS!
bronxnewbie: spot on mate!!!
Kate Green: Best wee video - straightforward and brief. All went well.
Gregory A. Parker Sr.: I was more intrigued by her accent but at least I've got my tent poles fixed.
Giorgo De Groof: Another tip: if the thread doesn't smoothly go through the pole, you can burn/melt the tip of the thread just a little so the tip hardens in stead of fluffing and resisting. This way it goes much easier through the small shaft of the pole.
Ghostginthree: Great video, thanks. One of my tent poles just broke so I had an idea on how to repair it but it helps seeing it and knowing there are repair kits. I would like to know the size thickness of the poles as I have seen thinner and thicker ones? Thanks
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!
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 section poles?
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?
Rube Cube: Would duct taping it together not work?
Fazzo: Cheers that's helped a lot. P's she's fit lol
OiVey1978: Thank you for this very useful video.
PrsnKng: Thanks for this video. Now I can replace my broken pole.
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.
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.
irwinrose2010: Way better than the written instructions from Coleman. Thank you.
Yeshuamysavior1: Thank you! Because of your excellent teaching, I can replace my broken tent pole. I had no clue!
NobleFuzzyPanda: Nice instruction, but a little over exposed , Thank you.