Gorilla 0.9m 120kg Fibreglass Double Sided Step Ladder
Using your drill, pre-drill holes through all of the marks on each post.
Attach the anchor fitting through the holes of one post. Tighten it by hand, using the nut and washer.
Insert your screwdriver through the eye of the fitting and place your spanner around the nut on the other side of the pole. Twist the fitting as tight as you can get it. Repeat Steps 3 & 4 for the other poles.
Attach the turnbuckle to a D-link and thread that through the hole of one corner of the shade cloth. Then insert the D-link bolt and screw it in to attach the turnbuckle.
Attach the other D-links to the other two corners of the shade sail. Then hook those up to two of the poles and secure with the D-link bolts.
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