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Old 05-26-2017, 08:24 PM   #1
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Worn out vinyl seats

I'm sure there are a lot of motorhomes out there with the worn out vinyl seats. I recently purchased a 2008 Georgetown 373DS and the vinyl covering on both front seats is crumbling off. The covers I've tried just do not fit good and new seats are quite expensive at $600/800.
Does anyone know of a cheaper fix for these ugly seats?
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This is a known problem with these seats of this vintage. Thor had the same problem and wouldn't do anything once the coach was out of warranty. There should be a tag under the seat attached to the springs. That will give you the trim codes you need. Call Flexsteel and talk to them about the pour quality of the vinyl and see if they will sell you new better quality covers at a discount. They did for me and then I immediately traded that P.O.S. Thor coach.
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