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Old 08-06-2017, 04:59 PM   #1
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Question Question on sofa and dinette cushions.

I have a '17 Jay Flight 23RB. Only had it since 6/23/17. But when I sit on the sofa, it seems pretty soft, and a seat whose foam will go away pretty soon.

Has anyone with a similar unit replaced the foam in the seats yet? And if so, how soon after initial purchase?
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i have a 29 RLDS the sofa and 2 rockers are great but the cushions on the dinette benches are terrible. after about 15 minutes it feels like your sitting on the wood. I keep thinking about replacing those cushions but forget about it after I return from an outing.
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