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DIY Portable Weather-Shield Carport Assembly Instructions

Stop Weather Damage

DIY Portable Weather-Shield Carport Assembly Instructions

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Assembly Instructions!

Step 1: Lay out the pieces of pipe and fittings on the ground in their respective locations with the pipes as shown in diagram. (Note: Assemble a 10’ section at a time and stand it up)

Step 2: Starting with the end peak fitting (P3), place the pipes into the fitting and tighten the bolts. (Note: be sure the pipe is all the way in the fitting)

Step 3: Next move to the corner fittings (P3) and perform the same operation.

Step 4: Move to the next peak fitting (P4) and perform the same operation.

Step 5: Move to the side fitting (’T’ or P4) and place the pipe in the fittings.

Step 6: Continue until all the fittings in the first 10’ section have there pipe.

Step 7: Start at one end, lift the corner and place the leg post in the fitting and tighten the bolts. Place the next post in the next fitting and tighten the bolt.

Step 8: Start on the other side at one end and lift the corner and place the other leg posts in the fittings and tighten the bolts. Place the next post in the fitting and tighten the bolts.

Step 9: You should now have four leg posts up. Repeat steps 2 though 9 for each section and it up and connect it to the standing section until all the fittings and pipe are connected and all legs are installed.

Step 10: Move the structure to the desired place and line up the legs and install the foot pads if on concrete or pavement.

Step 11: Put the end covers up first if you have them, Adjust the structure to fit the tarps. Install the horizontal pipe a few inches below the tarp with the ‘L’ fittings and coupling fitting in the middle. Use the ball bungees to attach the tarp to the pipe. (Wait for a calm day, DO NOT try to put the cover up on a windy day. The cover acts like a big sail.)

Step 12: Now that the roof structure has been assembled, you can put the cover on the top of the frame, white side down. (note: Use three ropes thrown over the roof and tied to the cover. Note: do not use the grommets at the corners to tie the rope, wad the tarp up at the end and wrap to rope around it. Pull all three ropes slowly pulling the cover up over the roof)

Step 13: Pull the cover over the roof until it is even on both sides.

Step 14: Start at the peak, bungee the tarp to the pipe with the ball bungees at each grommet. Do all grommets on the ends of the shelters.

Step 15: Re-align the legs straight up and down and with each other.

Step 1: Lay out the pieces of pipe and fittings on the ground in their respective locations with the pipes as shown in diagram. (Note: Assemble a 10’ section at a time and stand it up)

Step 2: Starting with the end peak fitting (P3), place the pipes into the fitting and tighten the bolts. (Note: be sure the pipe is all the way in the fitting)

Step 3: Next move to the corner fittings (P3) and perform the same operation.

Step 4: Move to the next peak fitting (P4) and perform the same operation.

Step 5: Move to the side fitting (’T’ or P4) and place the pipe in the fittings.

Step 6: Continue until all the fittings in the first 10’ section have there pipe.

Step 7: Start at one end, lift the corner and place the leg post in the fitting and tighten the bolts. Place the next post in the next fitting and tighten the bolt.

Step 8: Start on the other side at one end and lift the corner and place the other leg posts in the fittings and tighten the bolts. Place the next post in the fitting and tighten the bolts.

Step 9: You should now have four leg posts up. Repeat steps 2 though 9 for each section and it up and connect it to the standing section until all the fittings and pipe are connected and all legs are installed.

Step 10: Move the structure to the desired place and line up the legs and install the foot pads if on concrete or pavement.

Step 11: Put the end covers up first if you have them, Adjust the structure to fit the tarps. Install the horizontal pipe a few inches below the tarp with the ‘L’ fittings and coupling fitting in the middle. Use the ball bungees to attach the tarp to the pipe. (Wait for a calm day, DO NOT try to put the cover up on a windy day. The cover acts like a big sail.)

Step 12: Now that the roof structure has been assembled, you can put the cover on the top of the frame, white side down. (note: Use three ropes thrown over the roof and tied to the cover. Note: do not use the grommets at the corners to tie the rope, wad the tarp up at the end and wrap to rope around it. Pull all three ropes slowly pulling the cover up over the roof)

Step 13: Pull the cover over the roof until it is even on both sides.

Step 14: Start at the peak, bungee the tarp to the pipe with the ball bungees at each grommet. Do all grommets on the ends of the shelters.

Step 15: Re-align the legs straight up and down and with each other.

- Larry