How to Replace Shock Cord on Pop Up Camper

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Last Updated on September 17, 2022

Whether you are looking for how to replace the shock cord on a pop up camper or need to repair the Stayput bungee, you’ve come to the right place. Listed below are a few easy steps to replace the cord on your pop up camper. Once you’ve followed these steps, you should have no problems installing the new shock cord in your pop up camper.

Stayput bungee shock cord

When it comes to your pop up camper, you should always invest in a Stayput bungee shock cord. These shock cords are universal and most manufacturers will use them. However, they may contain harmful chemicals and aren’t a good option for those who are pregnant or plan to have a baby. This article will explain how to find a suitable shock cord and what to do if you’re not sure what to choose.

Texsport(r) shock cord repair kit

If you own a pop-up camper or backpacking tent, a Texsport(r) shock cord repair kits will extend the life of your lightweight fiberglass tent poles and tent. This kit comes with 45 feet of elastic shock cord, 30 feet of installation wire, six washers for secure shock cord installation, and instructions. It can fix most tent poles and will add years to the life of your travel trailer.

Texsport(r) shock cord replacement

A Texsport(r) shock cord replacement kit is a great tool for your backpacking tent. This kit comes with 45 feet of elastic shock-cording, 30″ of installation wire, six washers, and instructions. A Texsport shock cord can help extend the life of your lightweight fiberglass tent poles. After reading the instructions, you will be able to install the new shock cord with ease.

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