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New Post 3/15/2012 11:17 PM
  josh54
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Re: Fixing old tent leaks 
I agree with murffdog. The amount of money that you will be spending to keep on patching up those leaks will end to be more than just getting a brand new one. The problem with tent leaks is that it doesn't take long for one to become a lot. It also further weakens the tent material itself. There are a lot of really great tents that you can get cheap in camping stores.
 
New Post 3/26/2012 8:14 AM
  lizzpreto
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Re: Fixing old tent leaks 
Well, since you mentioned that it's been a year since you got your old tent out, I guess the questions here are (1) how bad is the leak and (2) how often do you see yourself tent camping in the near future? If the leak isn't really that bad and you don't really plan on tent camping quite often, then having it patched up and taking care on where you store it would be a good and practical option for you. But if you're going to be doing more tent camping from here on, I'd go with everyone else's suggestion here and just get a new tent.
 
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