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Vestibule Connector
a. Connection Points1. Two types of connection points are located on each shelter   – Door Split Connections are the conne...
b. Inventory     • Assure that you have all the       components located within the       Vestibule Bag     • Separate the...
c. Alignment1. Open the connection point on the completed shelter to   expose the connection point legs   • From the inter...
c. Alignment Continued…         1. Roughly align the shelters with a            standard eave or base bar         2. Place...
d. Flooring Installation       1. Lay out the shelter floor and position to          line up with the vestibule floor     ...
d. Installation Continued…        5. Fold over the Caution flap to cover           connection point and stretch the floor ...
e. Vestibule Framework      1. Replace eave bars on the two shelters         with arched eave bars from vestibule         ...
e. Vestibule Framework Continued…            4. Connect the telescoping base bars            5. Attach Shelter Doors to ea...
f. Vestibule Roof Panel      1. Drape the roof over center arched bar         and align with center screw on arched       ...
f. Vestibule Roof Panel Continued…            1. Connect the Shelter Insulation and Vinyl               Roof Panels       ...
f. Vestibule Roof Panel Continued…            1. From the outside, continue to attach               the shelter roof panel...
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  1. 1. Vestibule Connector
  2. 2. a. Connection Points1. Two types of connection points are located on each shelter – Door Split Connections are the connection where the wall fabric connects to the door – Wall Split Connection is the connection where the wall fabric connects to the opposite wall fabric (Blue Hook & Loop)
  3. 3. b. Inventory • Assure that you have all the components located within the Vestibule Bag • Separate the different types of material (Fabric and Metal)
  4. 4. c. Alignment1. Open the connection point on the completed shelter to expose the connection point legs • From the interior, unfasten the buckles and straps located at the floor connection • Peel back Insulation and Vinyl Roof panels • Remove door if necessary
  5. 5. c. Alignment Continued… 1. Roughly align the shelters with a standard eave or base bar 2. Place two bars on the ground at a perpendicular angle to the connection point 3. Visually square the two bars so that they are also parallel to each other 4. Move partially completed shelter to align with the alignment bars on the connection point
  6. 6. d. Flooring Installation 1. Lay out the shelter floor and position to line up with the vestibule floor 2. Match the alignment arrows on both floo 3. Fold the shelter floor under and attach to the vestibule floor matching up the Hook and Loop Fastener 4. Continue the connection along the entire section
  7. 7. d. Installation Continued… 5. Fold over the Caution flap to cover connection point and stretch the floor so there are no wrinkles 6. Place shelter legs on 2’’ weld along the floor 7. Create vestibule berm by attaching the velcro flaps on either end of the vestibule floor to the perspective shelter floor
  8. 8. e. Vestibule Framework 1. Replace eave bars on the two shelters with arched eave bars from vestibule kit 2. Connect the eave bars that were removed to the outside of the vestibule connection 3. Connect the center arched bar
  9. 9. e. Vestibule Framework Continued… 4. Connect the telescoping base bars 5. Attach Shelter Doors to each side of the Vestibule 6. Stretch the existing shelter walls to attach along the side of the door
  10. 10. f. Vestibule Roof Panel 1. Drape the roof over center arched bar and align with center screw on arched Eave Bar 1. Match up and attach the Hook and Loop Fastener to the arched eave bar • Ensure the center weld line matches with the center arched eave bar 1. Continue to outsides of section • Do not attach exterior of vestibule roof
  11. 11. f. Vestibule Roof Panel Continued… 1. Connect the Shelter Insulation and Vinyl Roof Panels • Center the two seams, and set back the Insulation Roof Panel ½ to ¾ inches 1. Pull black strap on vestibule roof to the inside of the shelter and stretch the shelter roof panel over top of vestibule roof and attach Velcro • Tip: Press on inside of shelter and go outside of the shelter to ensure the connection is sealed
  12. 12. f. Vestibule Roof Panel Continued… 1. From the outside, continue to attach the shelter roof panel to outside edge, taking special care to ensure the corner of the vestibule is completely sealed • We recommend the karate-chop method 1. Repeat on other shelter
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