|Tent Size||# of Rafters||Price||# of Rafters||Price|
|10 x 12||3||$180||4||$230|
|10 x 14||3||$180||4||$230|
|12 x 14||3||$180||4||$230|
|12 x 17||4||$230||5||$280|
|14 x 17||4||$230||5||$280|
|14 x 20||4||$230||5||$280|
|16 x 20||4||$230||5||$280|
|16 x 23||5||$280||6||$330|
|18 x 23||5||$280||6||$330|
|Porch/Cook Shack for 10x12 to 14x20||2||$130||3||$180|
|Porch/Cook Shack for 16x20 to 18x23||2||$130||3||$180|
|MT Angle Only for 10x12 to 14x20||3 Way||$30||4 Way||$30|
|MT Angle Only for 16x20 to 18x23||3 Way||$30||4 Way||$30|
Typical frame savings using an angle kit on a 12x14 internal frame is $300.
Strongly recommend you read Tent Frame Information and Recommendations before you build your frame or set up your tent.
A maximum distance of 6' is recommended between rafters. More than 6' causes a sag in the roof and significantly reduces snow load carrying capacity.
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Rubber bottom caps. Rubber bottom caps are put on the bottom of your frame legs to protect your sod cloth or floor.
Frame bags. Frame bags are used to store and transport your frame poles.
10" Sleeves. Sleeves are used when the vehicle you are transporting your frame in is too short for your rafters. Cut the rafters in half and when setting up your frame , the sleeve connects the 2 piece rafters.
Leg Supports. Primarily used to attach tent frame legs to a platform. Tent legs can easily fall off a platform during high winds.