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Old 11-24-2014, 06:12 AM   #1
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cover for Sanibel 3600

Sanibel 3600 do you cover it? whose cover do you use. measured the length of the Sanibel at 43 feet.
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Old 11-24-2014, 12:01 PM   #2
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We covered our previous Laredo fifth-wheel with an ADCO Designer Series cover. We like it so much that we bought another, larger one when we moved up to our 2014 Sanibel 3501 this year. While the cover did experience some minor rips and tears over the winter months....it did the job!


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Old 11-24-2014, 04:31 PM   #3
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what size cover did you use?
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Old 11-24-2014, 04:43 PM   #4
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I purchased the ADCO #32857 - which apparently fits units 37'1" - 40' in length. In fact, I intend to cover our trailer tomorrow. Our Sanibel 3501 specs out at 39'2". The cover should fit OK. It might be a bit tight for your 3600 which apparently is 40'2" in length. I can always get back to you after I install my cover to let you know whether or not there's any room to spare!


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I had an Adco, lasted 2 seasons & ripped...then got a Goldline from RV Covers | All Classes | National Discount Covers

holy cow what a difference! looks like it would survive anything!
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I purchased the ADCO #32857 - which apparently fits units 37'1" - 40' in length. In fact, I intend to cover our trailer tomorrow. Our Sanibel 3501 specs out at 39'2". The cover should fit OK. It might be a bit tight for your 3600 which apparently is 40'2" in length. I can always get back to you after I install my cover to let you know whether or not there's any room to spare!


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Our Sanibel 3600 measured at 40 feet from the pin to the rear of the camper. It did not include the ladder or the front portion of the camper ahead of the pin. Our Sanibel 3600 is a total of 43 feet long. I am very interested in how the cover works out for you on your Sanibel.
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Heard about the Goldline product after I bought my second ADCO cover....sounds interesting. I nevertheless was satisfied with my first ADCO cover. Will let you know how things went covering our new Sanibel.


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I had an Adco, lasted 2 seasons & ripped...then got a Goldline from RV Covers | All Classes | National Discount Covers

holy cow what a difference! looks like it would survive anything!
Called national discount covers. They said that the Sanibel 3600 is 22 inches too tall for their covers and they do not have a cover that will accommodate the rounded front end.
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Old 11-25-2014, 12:43 PM   #9
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Just finished installing my new ADCO cover on our Sanibel 3501...... fits like a glove!


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Just in time for the foot of snow they're forcasting here later tomorrow!!


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