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Old 04-24-2015, 08:19 PM   #11
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Suggestions for U-shaped Dinette Cushions

Just back from a 10 day spring break trip. Slept on the dinette all week and the straps shown in the picture above worked great. Easy to use and didn't feel them thru the sheets. Also kept the table in place.

We tried non-slip but that didn't work at all. Turning cushions around helps but was a hassle and didn't completely solve the cushions moving.
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Old 04-24-2015, 09:56 PM   #12
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Thanks for the ideas. I decided to try the strap approach. Had a couple I cut off an old RV cover. Has a nice snap latch and just chinch it up. Holds the table in place too.

Off to the beach for a week, will see if this works and how much my daughter complains. Attachment 72765
Where does the strap go at the rear cushion?
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Old 04-25-2015, 02:03 PM   #13
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ID:	75192. Just attached strap with a 1" drywall screw under plywood so I could open it.

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ID:	75193. I just used the existing screw on the other end.

Strap is long enough to hold table and cushions in place. Just snap in and tighten. Works great and used leftover straps from old RV cover.
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Thanks Wandering. We have the exact, well the Sunseeker version, as you. This helps a bunch!


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