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Old 05-01-2002, 06:37 PM   #1
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One piece lining versus 3 pieces lining

Which is best?One piece lining or 3 pieces lining?What the advantages of both?and the inconvenients?
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Old 05-01-2002, 10:22 PM   #3
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Yours is probably being done as a 3 piece. I prefere the 3 peice in ease of putting up and down. On Small tipis, like the 10', I use a one piece. My 17' has a 3 piece.


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No drafts? The 3 pieces is closer to what the plains indians had in their buffalo hide tipi.I was just wondering if the one piece is an improvement or not.
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My 16 ft has a one piece, and 18 ft has a 3 piece. I like the 3 piece better. It is easier to handle,,,,,less material. It does let a draft through if I don't pull the overlap around enough. Just gotta make sure I stack some things against it to cover any openings.
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We have a 16' tipi with a 3 peice liner. The one advantage I enjoy is that on those hot days I can part it like a curtain and let a little bit of a cooling draft in.
The one pain in the neck is that my dog like to sneak out between the sections at night.
I think a one peice must be super in the winter if you camp.

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Old 05-04-2002, 07:40 AM   #7
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I definately agree with the convenience of dropping one section of liner in hot weather. Another plus for the 3 piece crowd.
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