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N3vik 03-30-2019 11:09 PM

Dinette Cushions
 
We have a 2014 276RBS Dutchman trailer and need to replace the cushions in the dinette. I have looked on sites like https://www.rvandvansurplus.com/Cushions-And-Covers_c_13.html but they always seem to assume a dinette is two opposite benches, whereas we have one long U shaped bench with the table in the middle.

Does anyone know where we could get replacement cushions for that?

Thanks!

chily3 04-01-2019 07:23 PM

Are they torn etc. of just need to replace the foam.

N3vik 04-01-2019 07:32 PM

They were actually thrown out by accident! So we no longer have them at all.

chily3 04-01-2019 07:43 PM

If you cannot find online, try taking a picture and look into upholstery shop in the area.

chily3 04-01-2019 07:45 PM

I did a google search on replacement rv cushions and got pretty good results.

Wanderer 04-01-2019 08:16 PM

The cheapest and best way is to go to a local upholstery shop. You can and should upgrade to a good quality/density foam as well. If you buy replacement RV cushions you'll get the cheap foam. We replaced our foam almost right away.

wildwest450 04-05-2019 08:36 PM

I replaced my cushions by tearing the dinette out and putting a couch in, I highly recommend it.

Randy 04-10-2019 02:03 AM

Since you are starting over, make templates of your benches and backs, then give the template dimensions to an upholstery shop. (NOTE: estimate bigger rather than smaller.) For the bench seats, tell the shop you want a foam density of Matl: 2535, which will likely be a Starting slab size: 4t x 60 x 82 for a U-shaped dinette. This foam is about the best you can buy. It is dense enough that your bums don't bounce off the bench base, and the edges will remain firm. After the cushion foam is cut from the slab, bring them home and see how they fit. For the bench backs, you can use the same foam material, or, something not quite as dense and perhaps less expensive. If there are adjustments to be made you can trim the excess. Then take them back to the upholstery shop and have the covers made. So there you go.


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