BONANA 10pcs Fishbone Tent Stakes Pegs Lengthen Deck Nail Anchor Stopper Guyline Tensioner Camping Accessories(Red)
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To rig a tent on a wooden platform you have to tie knots and find tent anchors before you can find the ropes. The distinctive shape of these anchors allows them to be slipped between gaps in a platform, and a simple twist allows them to be held firmly. Anchors feature a hole on either end through which a cord can be tied, and the shape of the anchor holds a cord in place naturally. They can be used in a wide variety of situations due to their versatility. It's obvious that these anchors are a specialty item that would not be used in many scenarios. However, when they are needed, there is If your camping area has a wooden platform, this is highly recommended.
These hooks seem to be neat little items so far. The only thing I've used them for so far is to set up a tarp on my deck over a hammock. It would be perfect for holding a tent down on a platform, but I've seen places where they are not appropriate. The use of this tool will definitely be situational, but it will be beneficial in the one instance you need it. All of the hooks in my pack except one arrived bent and useless, while the other 9 seem to be in good shape. The reason I always buy extra is because I do the same thing.
If you are using a wooden deck and want to tie down your furniture or a canopy without having to drill holes, these work great. It is not necessary for all to have This is an inch and a half in diameter 2. There is no such number. The 6" size. There are just a few centimeters of space left in the middle. 75" in length. There is a second from another vendor that I have. In the mid section, the waist is just 1" and the chest is 6". Remember this when building a deck, as it can vary by 25".
The bending of them under pressure didn't bother me. I could use them for my purpose because they were strong enough.
It is always a tradeoff between strength and the thinness which will be required to wedge it between two For the bare space between the two boards on the back of the stake, this works quite well In order to keep my tent in place, I rented a flatbed truck. It is not clear if I would trust anything too substantial to be held in place by these.
Tie down plates are used on my deck boat to lock down coolers, generators, and propane tanks with bungee cords. I slip them between the slats of the deck. I've never had one break or bend, but I lose them all the time. I guess the lake bottom must be littered with them.
The space between the planks on my deck is a bit thicker than the thickness of these boards. The Veranda deck on my house is composite and comes with the It wasn't easy to push the hook through, but I figured it out. The thinner they are, the better.