Roccosamore
Has anyone upgraded their dinette cushions? I tried a piece of memory foam to no avail.
Didn't really make a difference. I am wondering if some kind of gel pads to insert with the foam pad. If anyone has any ideas I would love to hear them. I am drawing a blank!!
Thanks...
Rocco
2015 177 SE
1990 Chevy Suburban 5.7L
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the5reeds
for sleeping or for sitting?  We use an egg crate foam pad when our son sleeps there
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Roccosamore
Sorry... Sitting. I am sure the gel pads would make a big difference, but cost would be huge.
Rocco
2015 177 SE
1990 Chevy Suburban 5.7L
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mikes
Probably a few hundred $, but a local upholstery shop can help you choose and replace the foam with something more comfortable, perhaps a medium density closed cell foam.
Mike
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the5reeds
We once replaced the seat cushion foam in our previous travel trailer. We bought it through http://www.foamorder.com and they can cut it to specific sizes and foam types and densities. there are other similar foam sites online and way cheaper than our local foam supplier. 
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retro195man
I have to agree with you. that is the only place to sit in the trailer and it's not comfortable.
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retro195man
Maybe an idea is to buy replacement cushions used in other RVs that might fit and much more comfortable. Have to take measurements.
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Ralph L Staub
I had some foam camping mats for under your sleeping bag in a tent. I used them to cushion my barstools. At 3/8" - 1/2" thick, they are very firm, but not hard. I believe its perfect for this application, and they weren't expensive 16 yrs ago when I bought them.

Unfortunately, I used it all for the barstools. I am currently searching for more of the same, and plan to spray glue it to the wood under the cushions. If I find it, I'll post the results...
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Flynhi66
We are having a local upholstery guy do it in August.  Will spend anything on foam to make it comfortable.  A shame that it is THE seating area in these campers and not too comfortable.  I probably will also trim the table to make it narrower so the seating area is more accessible.
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