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How to set up a big tarp by yourself (without trees)

In this video we look at a how to set up a big tarp shelter by yourself without trees.

Tarps, or tarpaulins, are great for wind, rain and sun protection and come in all different shapes and sizes.

The tarp I'm using in this video is 6 metres by 5.5 metres (20ft x 18ft) and puts out a shade area of around 30 square metres (323 square feet). This size is great for families and large groups, however, there are some challenges when it comes to putting it up by yourself.

The biggest challenge when putting up a big trap shelter by yourself is the wind, so it's always best to move slowly and methodically and keep the tarp pegged down as you go to avoid the wind getting under it and blowing it away.

Step 1: Check the direction of the wind and aim to set up your tarp at 90 degrees to the wind.

Step 2: Keep you peg bag in your pocket or on your belt and unravel the tarp little by little. Peg down the corners after each section is unfolded so that the tarp is completely pegged down by the time it's fully spread out.

Step 3: Use a simple loop knot to attach the guy ropes to the corners of the tarp.

Step 4: Walk the other end of guy ropes out as far as they go and secure them down to the ground with tent pegs.

Step 5: Remove the pegs holding down the tarp and assemble the tarp poles.

Step 6: Loosen the guy ropes closest to the first pole eyelet (grommet) and insert the pole. Walk it up into place and tighten the guy ropes again to hold it in place.

Step 7: Repeat the process on the opposite end.

Step 8: Walk around the tarp making adjustments to the guy ropes one at a time to ensure the tarp is well-tensioned and holding in place.

One thing to avoid is placing anything on the tarp to weigh it down. if the wind gusts, this will cause the tarp to pull against its anchors and cause damage.

Here are a few big traps I found with good reviews on Amazon:

Aqua Quest Guide Tarp - 6m x 4m (20ft x 13ft)
https://amzn.to/31ST3ai

Equinox Egret Tarps - 4.8m x 3.5m (16ft x 12ft)
https://amzn.to/3rPoGwd

Sanctuary SilTarp - 3.5m x 3m (12ft x 10ft)
https://amzn.to/3wtmuxQ

Stansport Reinforced Multi-Purpose Tarp - multiple sizes up to 18m x 9m (60ft x 30ft)
https://amzn.to/3urRMDm

And don't forget poles!

Green Elephant Telescoping Tarp Poles (Aluminium)
https://amzn.to/3dFxbow

SANLIKE Adjustable Tent Poles (Stainless Steel)
https://amzn.to/3mwa2sI
dave lakin : Brilliant video explained well! I tried my first tarp setup last weekend and it was a learning experience. You have inspired me to get a bigger one now!
Lamar Hughston : Great video! I have a shade tarp I bought for camping. But it has been such a pain to put it up by myself, that I just stopped taking it with me. I just came in from putting it up (with a light wind blowing) following your steps and it was providing me shade on a hot Georgia (USA) day in about 5 minutes. Now it is back in my camping bin that goes with me when I head out. Thank You!!
Pedro Diaz : Thanks for the tutorial! I always set up in between trees but recently bought poles, this was very helpful!!!
Allison Cohen : Your video is great! How do you recommend setting up a tarp in relation to sun in order to maximize the amount of shade?
Robert Smith : Love when vides are informative and to the point. Nice work. Quick question. I used my tarp over the back of my SUV and used the poles on the opposite end. The poles did not want to stand secure even when I made the guy lines tight. Any suggestions to keep the poles upright and secure? Thank you.

Top 5 Best Camping Tarps Review in 2022 - See This Before You Buy

Best camping tarps featured in this Video:
0:17 NO.1. Kelty Noah's Tarp Sun Shelter - https://amzn.to/3wAEoP5
1:13 NO.2. Paria Outdoor Products Sanctuary SilTarp - https://amzn.to/3uwvv7I
2:13 NO.3. Sea to Summit Escapist Tarp -https://amzn.to/3moOZIt
3:11 NO.4. ENO Eagles Nest Outfitters ProFly Rain Tarp - https://amzn.to/3fOLhGU
4:04 NO.5. Equinox Egret Tarps - https://amzn.to/3uriz2I

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What is a camping tarp?
Camping tarps are a major bit of waterproof fabric meant to offer a touch of extra spread for the rain and wind. A Camping tarp is a tarpaulin, a plastic or nylon sheet, utilized in place of a tent. It is usually fixed with posts, tent pegs, and fellow lines. Ultralight backpackers use tarp tents because they are lightweight compared to other backpacking covers. In its least difficult structure, it is floorless with open closures, as a fly or with the sides attached to the ground. It can also be set up as love with two adjacent sides by the ground and the contrary corner as most elevated point, giving more assurance from wind and reflecting heat from an optional fire before the open side.
A Camping tarp is generally lighter and cheaper than a tent and easier to set up. In any case, because it is more open, it doesn't give as much security from rain, a day off, or cold as a tent does. It gives no insurance from creepy crawlies.

What is the best camping tarp to buy?
It seems you are likely to buy the top-rated camping tarps. Please watch the video before finalizing the decision. Because the Top Digger team tries to choose the products very precisely. We try to figure out dozens of products, read user-based realtime reviews, and pick the best 5 products for you. In case we miss something or you want to know something from us, please feel free to comment below.

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How to Install a DTR or DTT Series Dump Tarp Kit

This video goes over how to install a DTR or DTT series dump tarp kit from Buyers Products.

1) Determine where you’ll install the tarp roller. It should be mounted as far forward as possible so it’s out of the way when the trailer is being side loaded, but you also want to make sure it’s accessible so you can easily reach the crank to retract the tarp.

2) Clamp the bearing bracket assemblies to your trailer or dump body. The assembly with the detented lever mounts on the driver’s side. Make sure the brackets are aligned both vertically and horizontally by measuring from a common point on each side of the trailer or dump body. Any reference point will work as long as it’s the same on both sides. It’s also important that the mounting point is high enough to accommodate the tarp when it’s rolled up onto the roll bar assembly.

3) Mark the bearing bracket mounting hole locations on each side, then take off the brackets and drill 13/32 inch holes in the four marked locations.

4) Attach the bearing brackets using the four 3/8 inch by 1 inch cap screws, lock washers, and nuts supplied in the hardware kit. Don’t fully tighten yet, just hand tighten to hold the brackets in place.

5) Find the inner hex tube and make a pencil mark in the center of the tube’s length. Then insert the inner hex tube half way into the driver side roll tube assembly and insert the opposite end of the inner hex tube into the passenger side roll tube assembly.

6) Measure the distance between the inside of the mounted bearing brackets. If the measurement is less than 81-3/4 inches, the driver and passenger side roll tube assemblies will need to be shortened an equal amount to ensure a proper fit. If the measurement is equal to or greater than 81-3/4 inches, no shortening should be necessary.

7) Separate the roll tubes so the length of the complete roll tube assembly from adaptor to adaptor is ¼ inch less than the distance between the mounting brackets. Find the pencil mark you made earlier to verify that the inner hex tube is centered inside the outer roll tube assemblies. Then screw each roll tube assembly to the inner hex tube using one ¼ inch by 1 inch self-drilling and tapping screw. You want the screws 2 inches from the ends of the outer tubes.

8) Slide the complete roll tube assembly into the 5 inch loop at the end of the tarp. An important thing to note here is to verify that the webbing in the tarp’s seams will be on the bottom once the tarp is installed.

9) Remove one of the bearing bracket assemblies so you can slide the tarp roll assembly into the remaining bracket. Then slide the bracket you removed over the shaft and reattach it to the dump body or trailer. This time you can fully tighten the bracket down.

10) Center the tarp roll assembly between mounting brackets and tighten the set screws in each bearing race.

11) Center the roll tube assembly in the tarp. Then, holding the assembly tightly in the end of the pocket, screw it in place with five evenly spaced ¼ inch by 1 inch self-drilling tapping screws and fender washers. Ensure the screws are centered in the hex tube and that the screws on each end are at least 2 inches from the end of the roll tube assembly. Also, be careful not to screw into the shaft adaptors on either end.

12) Assemble the sprocket onto the 1 inch shaft of the driver side roll tube assembly. With the detent lever in the open position, slide the sprocket down the shaft until it’s tight against the bearing and tighten the set screws.

13) Attach the crank handle assembly to the driver side roll tube shaft using the ¼ inch by 2 inch screw and lock nut included in the hardware kit.

14) Attach the four S-hooks to the two tarp straps. Put the small end of the S-hook through the hole in the strap, then bend it around the strap to permanently attach the hook to the strap. Then attach the straps to the rear corner holes in the tarp. Again, bend the large hooks around the tarp grommets so the straps are permanently attached to the tarp.

15) Attach the pull rope assembly to the center grommet on the rear of the tarp

16) Attach the two rope storage hooks to your tailgate. Mount the hooks horizontally about 15 to 17 inches apart from each other. The hooks can be bolted or welded. Many trailers will already have hooks pre-installed. If yours does, you can skip this step.

Differences with a DTT System:
- Your roll tube will be round instead of hexagonal, and the center piece will be larger than the outer pieces instead of the other way around.
- Your crank assembly will slide through the bearing bracket into the roll tube instead of attaching to the bearing itself.

Refer to your instruction manual for specifics if you encounter any roadblocks.

Learn More:
DTR Series - https://www.buyersproducts.com:/product/manual-crank-style-tarp-system-637
DTT Series - https://www.buyersproducts.com/product/manual-crank-style-tarp-system-with-round-tubing-7009
Clean Earth Landscaping : Thanks for the video! Super helpful. One question, what's the best hardware to use to attach the hooks for the pull rope?
Texas Best Junk Removal : Good video. Thank you!
mish rockman : Sorry guys....helpful......but far from complete. Howsa bout a close up of the locking lever and how it goes on ???
Buyers Products Company : Great question! I spoke with our tarp system engineers, they said the exact hardware will vary quite a bit by the application, but in general you want a minimum of Grade 5 hardware of sufficient length. I hope this helps! Please let us know if you need anything else!
Buyers Products Company : Thanks! Hope it was helpful!

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