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dbhost
I finally dug the Swiss Gear 10x9.6 tent out of the attic as my Sundome 6 appears to be on permanent loan.

One of the plastic clips that holds the tent body to the pole in the bay window was broken.

Can these be replaced or should I just drop in a velcro tie?
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Chucker
Repair clips are available and affordable: 
https://www.ebay.com/itm/10pcs-Black-Outdoor-Camping-Tent-Pole-Clips-Plastic-For-Tent-Hook-Clip-Accessory/123800066660?hash=item1cd30f1a64:m:mpgUols_jmJwJzNveTQnjSQ
Chuck
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dbhost
I can only do rudimentary sewing. Are there clips that can snap in over the existing loop so I don't have to de-stitch and re-stitch, I.E. take the tent in to the tailor shop for some more weird work?
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Chucker
Looking at those clips it appears you could just cut the loop that is sewed into the tent seam, feed it through the clip, then sew it back on itself. Maybe 4 or 5 stitches to make it stay? 
Chuck
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fuel brained
Why not just cut the center of the plastic hook feed in the nylon loop and back fill with hot glue. I've done this a few times and it will even work out in the field.
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outlawmws
For a webbing strap,  only rudimentary sewing is needed,, you can do two rough rows and it will work. - "Use the thimble Luke!"    ðŸ˜‰

another option is punch a hole and seal it with a match so it wont fray, then use a short  pop rivet with two washers. 
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Majicwrench
I do the crudest, ugliest hand-sewing jobs on things like that and they work fine. Go for it.
Keith
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