This is Skip Eastman's idea. I snapped a few photos while I put mine together. If you have a side tent you may want to do it as well. The PVC frame will keep the tent floor in place when you can't stake the tent down. Here's what you need from Home Depot: 2) 10' Lengths of 3/4" PVC 4) 90 Degree fittings 2) Straight couplers And a small amount of PVC glue Cut and glue the following lengths: 2) 40.5" PVC with 90 degree fittings glued to each end 2) 35.5" PVC - no fittings 2) 10" PVC - straight coupler on one end each This is how the pieces go together... The 10" section can be taken in or out depending on the height of the tent from the ground. When the trailer is low enough for the rear stake loops to touch the ground, use the 10" insert. If the trailer is jacked way up so that the rear loop holes don't reach the ground, remove the 10" section. As Skip said, the best part is it all fits in the original pole bag. Side Note: I tried the side tent out on our 2nd homemade tear. It's not a perfect fit, but it's good enough. Now, we are going to end up needing a 2nd side tent for it. (It looks a bit saggy because I had already taken out the PVC frame).