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Old 10-19-2018, 01:31 PM   #91
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I'll probably guy any structure I go with. My original stood very straight in the wind, with its guys. The problem was not in the sides giving way. The frigid temps made the roof couplings very brittle. Then, with the buffeted tarp putting pressure on those couplings, they cracked and released their pipes which then flapped around with the tarp, shattering nearby pipes. My pipe structure sides were still fine, after the roof gave way. I could have spliced in new crosses, and a lower roof, but I no longer trust free-standing PVC, for obvious reasons.

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