Post by robertjdolphin on Jun 11, 2013 18:22:17 GMT -5
The Shasta "waffle-house" front Dinette seats are not . . . oh . . whats the word I'm looking for . . .
oh Yeah! "Comfortable". They just seem not very comfortable to sleep on when all folded down. They are uneven in shape, and a bit on the lumpy side as a mattress. I know I cant be the only one who has experienced this, so I'd like to get some feedback how you solved the problem.
Post by Gone Kayaking on Jun 11, 2013 21:46:08 GMT -5
I love sleeping on the dinette seats folded out into a bed on mine! I did get a 2 in memory foam for the top, but it really isn't needed...and takes up a lot of space when stored in the trailer. What you're describing to me are seats that need to be rebuilt/reupholstered. Mine aren't the least bit lumpy and the springs are very supportive.
1956 Shasta 1500
Can't wait to go campin'
Ditto, Gone Kayaking. If they are done well with good quality materials, they should not be lumpy or too hard or too soft. If they are the original cushions, 40 years is enough to make them uncomfortable. If they aren't, it's likely they were replaced with foam and fabric that really weren't meant for much except for short periods of sitting.