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24-08-2007, 20:13   #1
lady_l
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Anyone know of anywhere local or nationwide that supplies Tipi poles??

Tipi arriving in around 3-4 weeks

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24-08-2007, 20:18   #2
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hahaha..i don't know what a tipi ploe is either but ya get the jist...
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24-08-2007, 20:22   #3
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teepee?

as wigwam?
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24-08-2007, 20:41   #4
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I'm not sure of the diameter for the ti pi, but if its about 2" what about using 2" plumbers plastic tube, Its light but strong and cheap. For extra strength and rigidity cap the ends and fill them full of sand.
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24-08-2007, 20:48   #5
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http://www.worldtents.co.uk/tipis/TipiPriceList2005.pdf
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24-08-2007, 21:09   #6
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bit of a rubbish teepee you've got if it dunt come with poles surely?

not really a teepee, more like some teepee coloured material

looks like they saw u comin from a mile away

does the half assed teepee firm not know where to get poles from?
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why............................
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25-08-2007, 23:25   #8
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yes pingpang the company do supply the poles however would cost more to import from america where the tipi is being made so buying them here.....but thanks for ya help!

the tipi is around 15"
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26-08-2007, 00:00   #9
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yes pingpang the company do supply the poles however would cost more to import from america where the tipi is being made so buying them here.....but thanks for ya help!

the tipi is around 15"

For that size, I'd have these would be adequate:
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/PK-100-40CM-GR...QQcmdZViewItem
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26-08-2007, 00:19   #10
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haha sorry meant 15 ft how cute would that lil tipi be
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26-08-2007, 00:22   #11
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haha sorry meant 15 ft how cute would that lil tipi be
Well, it would certainly be ideal for the fairies in your garden to live in ...... Ooops, sorry, I've obviously been spending too much time with my next door neighbour's 4-year old grand daughter again!
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26-08-2007, 09:53   #12
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These may be cheaper:

http://www.wildernesswood.co.uk/Gard...t%20stakes.htm
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