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Old 12-06-2015, 07:07 PM   #31
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Anyone know what size Adco cover to order for the 360ibl? Mine's in storage and not sure which size is appropriate. Thanks in advance.
Well the camper is 40ft long so get the 37-40ft cover. It fits perfectly with a little extra play if needed.

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Old 12-09-2015, 02:44 PM   #32
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That's perfect thank you. Your picture was the one I was thinking of when I tried to find the thread about the cover. I just wasn't sure if a 37-40 would fit since the trailer is just shy of 40'. Wasn't sure if it would be too tight. Thank you for the reply. Cheers.
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Old 12-09-2015, 03:22 PM   #33
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No problem.. happy to help!!
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Old 04-16-2016, 02:46 PM   #34
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Bunk house mods.

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For some reason I have been unable to access these pics. Since more and more 360 owners are joining, it would be great if you could repost the bunk extension, if possible
I sure wish I could see these pictures. I have seen them once and not sure why their not there now.
Was wondering if taking out the bunks will void the warranty. we would like to take out our top bunk for older kids, Just the double would work better for us.
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Old 04-17-2016, 10:10 AM   #35
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I sure wish I could see these pictures. I have seen them once and not sure why their not there now.
Was wondering if taking out the bunks will void the warranty. we would like to take out our top bunk for older kids, Just the double would work better for us.
Removing the top bunk will not effect your warranty at all. I already verified this with Coachmen before I removed ours. It's simple, takes less than 20mins and makes the bunkhouse feel so much bigger. Our 20yr old college daughter sleeps in it.
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Old 04-17-2016, 12:41 PM   #36
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We met a Coachmen rep at an RV show. Not a salesman, a Coachmen rep (after we bought ours). He said people were taking out the bunks to make offices, cat rooms, one even had some extra plumbing put in and made it a laundry room. Even heard of one ordering his from the factory without the bunks at all. We never discussed warranty but the desk and contents we have in the slide weigh less than the bunks and drawers. He seemed very interested in the mod we made by putting a small beverage refrigerator where the stools are normally stored.
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Old 04-17-2016, 04:01 PM   #37
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Here are some pictures of ours if you needed to see them.
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Old 04-18-2016, 10:30 AM   #38
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Removing the top bunk will not effect your warranty at all. I already verified this with Coachmen before I removed ours. It's simple, takes less than 20mins and makes the bunkhouse feel so much bigger. Our 20yr old college daughter sleeps in it.
Thank you so much, I will be getting our unit this week by next week, the bunk will be gone and maybe the cabinets at the ceiling they are so high really not useful. I am only 5'3" lol

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We met a Coachmen rep at an RV show. Not a salesman, a Coachmen rep (after we bought ours). He said people were taking out the bunks to make offices, cat rooms, one even had some extra plumbing put in and made it a laundry room. Even heard of one ordering his from the factory without the bunks at all. We never discussed warranty but the desk and contents we have in the slide weigh less than the bunks and drawers. He seemed very interested in the mod we made by putting a small beverage refrigerator where the stools are normally stored.
I love all the things you have done to your RV. I loved the idea of the small frig under the bar. Thanks for your reply.
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Thank you so much, I will be getting our unit this week by next week, the bunk will be gone and maybe the cabinets at the ceiling they are so high really not useful. I am only 5'3" lol

DH got a pole, put a hole in the end and shoe-glued a piece of paracord in it. I use that to loop around the handles to close those high cabinets. I might have to work a bit on it but it really works. I also have a very light weight but study step ladder that I hang behind the door on those coat hooks. And I've made the area behind the door in the bunkroom into my utility closet. I have an over the door holder for jackets
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