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Old 10-29-2018, 03:11 PM   #1
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dinette cushion foam

Two seasons in our 2400W and we love everything but the U shape dinette cushions. So.....Ö.., today I bit the bullet and had the bottom cushions replaced with better foam. Three cushions, $250 complete, but should keep the DW from bottoming out on those rough Indiana Interstates. Keep the campfires burning !!
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Old 11-05-2018, 11:54 PM   #2
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Indeed, those roads in Indiana were the worst we saw on our cross country trip this summer.
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Old 11-06-2018, 10:24 PM   #3
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Did you use the original covers on the dinette cushions? Do you know what kind of foam?

We have a Sunseeker 2400WS and the dinette is flattening out. Painful. No one rides there.
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Old 11-07-2018, 08:01 AM   #4
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Did you use the original covers on the dinette cushions? Do you know what kind of foam?

We have a Sunseeker 2400WS and the dinette is flattening out. Painful. No one rides there.
We reused the covers and went with the next to the firmest upholstery foam. ?
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Thank you very much. Next time we land somewhere long enough I’m attending to this.
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Old 11-26-2018, 08:54 AM   #6
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We have a 2018 2400WS and we are moving the table and putting wood where the table made the support for the bed, getting from a foam place a one piece firm for sleeping and new cover made so it will be a one piece bed/couch. We are tall and sleep with three small dogs, canít put us both in that short queen with the side walls touching you. We travel with a foldable table that we will use as our table and food work space. I will have big pillows on it during the day. We will preserve all the other cushions for resale and put it back like it was. We need to be comfortable in our space.I wanted to buy the model with couch and sleeping loft, my husband wanted this model.
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Old 11-26-2018, 09:10 AM   #7
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I wanted to buy the model with couch and sleeping loft, my husband wanted this model.
So how many times have you said "told you we shoulda bought....."?

Those short queens are not suitable for anyone except short people. Glad you found a solution.
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So how many times have you said "told you we shoulda bought....."?



Those short queens are not suitable for anyone except short people. Glad you found a solution.


Doesnít work with him, I do use the fact that the overhead loft would have been great for storage every time he realizes he canít take something because we are full.
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So how many times have you said "told you we shoulda bought....."?



Those short queens are not suitable for anyone except short people. Glad you found a solution.


No, I made into a couch, with storage underneath, now we can be comfortable. With have a foldable table we can use when needed, itís perfect now.
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We are kinda short and find the bed very comfortable. The dinette, not so much. I love the dinette made into the bed and used for lounging about and reading. My husband does not, makes his knees hurt.

I would love to know what foldable table you are using.
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