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Old 09-16-2014, 04:41 PM   #1
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Mini Lite 2109s Sofa

As a newbie here I thought I would look for a solution to my problem on other postings but I couldn't find any that addressed my problem with the sofa in my trailer. If it has been addressed elsewhere please point my in the right direction. The problem with the sofa in our trailer is that my wife and I (two big people, lol) find the sofa extremely uncomfortable, the back is too short, the back leans back too far and the seat is too hard. We love the trailer and sometimes spend a lot of time in it so we would love to replace it with a new sofa or even a couple of chairs as we don't need to use it for a bed. I know nothing of the mechanics of the existing convertible sofa so I'm not sure what could be used. If there is anyone out in trailer land that has any suggestions I'd love to hear them, thanks... Steve

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Old 09-19-2014, 12:57 PM   #2
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I fixed the back by using a overstuffed pillow. It doesn't seem to hard for sitting, but there are lots of soft sofas you sink into for sale too. I might just be an exception.

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Old 09-23-2014, 06:01 PM   #3
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Isn't it funny how tastes differ?
We love the sofa in our 2109S.
The firm cushioning seems like it will hold up well over the years.
We use the little cushions that came with it in the corners to lean agains.
The over head LED lights are a nice touch too.
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Old 09-23-2014, 06:28 PM   #4
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You're absolutely right Bruce taste do differ, as do bodies. At six foot and three hundred pounds the "firm" cushions don't feel all that firm under my fat ***. I have plenty of pillows in the trailer that I use to keep TV trays and folding chairs from rattling around behind the sofa when we travel, and yes they do help some. I've also got a three inch queen size memory mattress topper that we used in our hybrid that I may try to do something with.
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