Hard Seats

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  1. Chris

    Chris Funster Life Member

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    On my Autotrail Scout we have 4 belted seats in the dinette area.

    The part of the seat you sit on is fine, but the back rest is rather firm to say the least.

    I feel a bit sorry for the kids on long journeys so they each get a chance to sit up front for part of the journey with my wife or I sitting at the dinette. We have tried pillows but they distort your seating position.

    Does anyone know of a product that might help?

    Maybe long term we will get them re upholstered but if there was a quick fix it would be great.

    Thanks
     
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    GJH Funster Life Member

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    When Richard Tapper came to our van at Malvern to give us a quote he sat down and his first remark was that the foam structure had gone. What we thought was firmness was the seat frame - more especially under the squab rather than the backrest in our case, admittedly.

    Both squabs and backrests are far more comfortable now we have had the re-upholstery done.
     
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