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Old 05-14-2016, 09:31 PM   #1
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Adco has measurements for a 4112 cover

Just wanted to share with the group that I had a custom cover made by ADCO in Sunbrella material for our '16 4112 with almost 15 measurements and ladders and lots of math and double checking, we submitted the dimensions they needed and had it custom made and delivered. Put it on today, and yes it took me and my 15 year old son to do, and after some time figuring out what end was up and forward we got it on and secured. It fits like a glove. Amazing piece of manufacturing. Really tough material. We will use this in summer months between trips with outdoor storage to keep the sun and rain from killing it and indoor storage in the winter.

So if you are a 4112 owner, the hard part is done. Just contact ADCO, ask for Paul in custom orders and tell him you want a Seismic 4112 cover.

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Old 05-15-2016, 09:06 AM   #2
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Nice job!!....May I be so bold as to ask what the price might be on the cover?

Still loving our 4112...Starting in Aug-Sept, we'll be selling home and moving into the Jayco...Just the wife, myself and our two boxers...on our property in WVa. When it gets cooler, we'll head south/south west..Lord willing, that's the plan


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Old 05-26-2016, 08:48 PM   #3
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Sorry for delay. Been away. Cost for cover shipped all the way to East Coast using Premium Sunbrella material and all three doors with zippered openings was about 1100$. Same cover with Tyvek is 800-900$. I will share with you this, given the size of this cover and the amount of dragging on ground and around roof appliances, ladder, etc I would opt for the Sunbrella, not to mention the benefits of the material for longevity and durability and resilience to Mother Nature over time.
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