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Product DescriptionLonger, wider, and taller than most standard models, our Tracker Cot assembles quickly at your campsite and folds compactly for heading home. The heavy-duty reinforced aluminum frame is outfitted with 600-denier polyester backed with two-tone PVC. Stands 19.5" tall. 80" x 30" sleeping area. 300-lb. weight capacity.
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Q:i purchased this cot but can't find the instructions. i can't figure out what the velcro straps are for. my guess is it's supposed to make it more stable but i can't figure it out. Please helpAsked on 4/2/2012 by joedigitee from fridley, mn
A:It is to keep it closed once you close it for storage.Answered on 7/6/2013 by Billy from St. Marys,GA
Q:where can you get extra end caps that the head and foot rails attach toAsked on 8/4/2009 by Mack from Stow Ohio
Q:Does this have a kit to easily carry the cot to the campsite and back?Asked on 7/26/2009 by G from PA
A:It has a convenient carry bag for transporting the cot. I don't know if I would go a long distance with it, but it has a nice strap that fits over the shoulder.Answered on 8/3/2009 by QuietWater from Independence, MO
Q:How heavy is this cot?Asked on 7/19/2009 by Anonymous
A:obout 12poundsAnswered on 11/6/2010 by ASST SCOUTMASTER from ENON OHIO
Q:How easy is this to set up? I am a 49 year old full figured gal that is tired of a cold air mattress.Asked on 7/11/2009 by DC from Upstate, NY
A:You have to have strong hands to fit in the end bars. Other than that its easy.Answered on 9/23/2009 by Alan from Lake Worth, Fl.
A:Just so you know you will still get cold using a cot unless you use a pad/blanket under your sleeping bag.
This is a nice cot that I find easy to put up or take down. I also am a full figured gal that gave up the ground.Answered on 5/16/2013 by Squirrel from Madison, WI
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