I just recently ordered a BSA Scout tent. The dimensions are 9 feet wide on the opening, 7.5 feet deep on the walls and seven feet in height at the peak with 3 to 3.5 foot walls. There have been different reports on the wall height. I was originally planning on building in interior frame using chain link top rail. I am now noticing that the problem with this thought is the angles of this tent are not a standard set of angles. The walls to roof angles are between 128* and 132* and the peak comes out to be between 96 * and 104*. The closest I can get for the walls is 120* and the closest I can get for the peak is 90* or 105*. Are these angles close enough that they will work?
I have not actually received the tent itself yet so I will double measure when I get it.