Measuring for a Rain Fly
When you manufacture tents using 100% cotton the finished dimensions can and do vary greatly. In order for us to make a rain fly for an existing tent we need the following measurements. Be sure to let us know if the stove jack is on the right or left, as you are walking into the tent – in the drawing provided the stove jack is on the left.
A = The length of the tent
B = The distance between the two ridge grommets (or how far back from each end).
C = The slope from the top of the tent down to where the roof meets the wall.
D = From the top down to the center of the stove hole.
E = From the front edge of the tent back to the center of the stove hole.
Note: Be sure to tell us the side of the tent your stove jack is on. As you are walking into the front door of the tent, is it on the Right or the Left?
Rain Fly & Awning OptionsFrom: $50.00A Rain fly is a tarp made to cover the tent top. The most common awnings are an oversized rain fly. Separate Poly walls are now available, please specify awning length if you are ordering for an existing awning. Our standard vinyl fly is tan (as shown in the pictures).