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Post  ralphthedog on Fri May 22, 2009 10:41 pm

Is anyone else dissapointed with the cushions on their dinette?? Mine are very 'squishy', and it seems as if I sink right through them. I'm not a big guy (180 lbs), but after sitting there, even for a little while, it feels like I'm sitting right on the plywood underneath. My Salem was not like this.

Am I the only one??

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Re: Dinette Cushions

Post  ecggret on Sun Jun 14, 2009 6:11 pm

Hello relphthedog!
My dinette cushions are not as thick or as comfortable or as well retained as those of my old Jayco 296 FBS. I attribute at least part of this to the fact that the old one was standard weight and my 2008 29D is a Jay Feather. They are almost identical in langth. The slide length and extension is the same, but the curbside weight of the 29D is almost 1000 lbs. less and pulls every so much better with our Suburban! Many things seem to have been modified such as the use of 1/8" roof panels instead of 1/4" panels in the old unit. You didn't say if yours is a lightweight, but that may account for some of your comfort problem. The effort by RV manufacturers to decrease the weight of all products, not just the lightweights, has raised some issues. We are happy with the 29D but there are some things we miss from the old one. (Not the struggles on hills or the gas milage of our TV pulling the 296 FBS. Smile
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Post  TURBODOG1000 on Sat Aug 15, 2009 11:39 am

I also think the cushions foam is not "firm" enough. Has anyone replaced the foam? And what was the density of the new foam that was put in? I am not sure how foam is rated, some kind of number?

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