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I just got an HRCA coupon good for a 10 x 10 Ez-Up Enterprise II Shelter for $229 + $34 Shipping.

Has anyone seen a better price out there somewhere, or a better overall deal on a similar shelter?

Thanks In Advance
 
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I have one of these and used it for the first time at the Jennings 600RR event, worked like a charm. Needed some help setting it up for the first time (thanks Flasher), but was able to pack it up by myself. :thumb: 10’ x 10’ Ez-Up brand 189.66 @ Sam's. Comes with side panels, carrying case w/wheels, stakes, and weights.






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I picked up a 12x12 at Harbor Freight (on sale) for $99. :eyebrows: It was a 'Diamond Peak' brand, but it's made just like EZ-ups.
 

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ND4SPD said:
How do you know?
I'm glad you asked. We normally weight it down with used tires but that wasn't enough one windy day last summer. Damn thing went flying like it was in the Wizard of Oz... :eek:
 
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I bought a 10x10 Caravan w/ three sides from Costco a couple years ago for about $200. If you're going to be using it often I would recommend a good quality canopy like an Ez-up or a Caravan. The cheap ones you can get at department and sports stores are harder to put up and won't last as long.
 

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I'm glad you asked. We normally weight it down with used tires but that wasn't enough one windy day last summer. Damn thing went flying like it was in the Wizard of Oz... :eek:

I wish to god the one I had at Grattan went flying... Instead it shattered. It cost $400 in parts and took forever to fix that thing. It is a 10x20 that I got from the shop I worked at.
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Maybe that's why we always get a garage . . . At Injureman a few years ago, we had our 10 by 20 EZup anchored to our trailer and 2 Chevy dualies when the winds hit about 80 mph, both of the trucks were off their springs and thrashing around while the stupid tent was beating the living crap out of the side of my trailer. At one point while trying to get it down, it lifted 4 people over 2 feet in the air and tossed them around like ragdolls. I broke 3 fingers and ended up just cutting the fabric to keep from killing someone from flying people and debris. Never again . . .
 

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:eek: :eek: :eek:

The only place I race that has garages is Gateway I think. At MAM there's nothing to stop the wind at all. Rainflaps are a good thing to have too. :crap:
 

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:eek: :eek: :eek:

The only place I race that has garages is Gateway I think. At MAM there's nothing to stop the wind at all. Rainflaps are a good thing to have too. :crap:
OK, I really bring my own garage anyway, so I guess it doesn't really matter . .
 
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tigerblade said:
Just make sure you weigh it down REALLY well.

Ask me how I know.
Yeah make sure you weigh it down really well. Especially if it belongs to your teammate...... :nono:
 
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