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Old 01-11-2007, 06:42 AM   #29
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Hi: When we get back from Florida...alas not taking the trailer I plan on ordering a complete set of covers from Scamp...A one week car rental cost would have bought me those covers Alf S. north shore of Lake Erie
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Old 01-14-2007, 10:43 PM   #30
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Scamp has the covers for sure, but if considering replacing foam, which is probably needed if covers are bad, I think Scamp will sell foam and covers together.
I am not sure if one buys the back, the front, etc.. and they send them fully assembled or what. I do believe one can get a complete package.

One other thing can be done if others are contemplating a replacement. If there is a matress factory in some reasonable distance and the camper's lifestyle is to leave the rear dinette cushions down and made for a bed full time, then take the current cushions to a matress shop and they can make a custom fitted unit. I have seen one, done here is western part of TN. by a local factory.

Just one option to replacing covers. I leave my cushions down for a bed majority of time for I have a couch in front. Unless it is raining, I am outside majority of day and evening during a trip, sitting around a fire at night.
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Old 01-15-2007, 12:36 AM   #31
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If you like Lakelure (and I do, too!), then go for it. As was said, pick up the colours of the cushions elsewhere, the blue or the red. If you like it all, it all "goes together."

For example, I have a handsome, tall, generous, funny, smart, hard-working, grumpy husband; a bratty funny friendly kind smart artistic son, a vintage tiny bungalow filled with paisley, barnwood and neighbourhood kids, so there was plenty of room for a grey striped stray tabby cat who cried to us from under our back porch just before Christmas! And nothing clashes.
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Old 01-18-2007, 01:08 PM   #32
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has anybody else ordered the cushion and covers from Scamp? Are there any fit issues, and do they come assembled?

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Old 01-22-2007, 07:35 AM   #33
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If you like Lakelure (and I do, too!), then go for it. As was said, pick up the colours of the cushions elsewhere, the blue or the red. If you like it all, it all "goes together."

For example, I have a handsome, tall, generous, funny, smart, hard-working, grumpy husband; a bratty funny friendly kind smart artistic son, a vintage tiny bungalow filled with paisley, barnwood and neighbourhood kids, so there was plenty of room for a grey striped stray tabby cat who cried to us from under our back porch just before Christmas! And nothing clashes.
Hi: You sound like "Divorce Barbie"...She's got it "ALL" Alf S. North shore of Lake Erie
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Old 02-01-2007, 10:44 PM   #34
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Justin at Scamp emailed me pictures of 4 fabric samples which I can forward to you if you like. They shipped UPS ground . In case you want to get a quote the package weighed 12 lbs.
Also I might add you can order with or without foam and the covers were good quality made locally and not imported. Bailey
Bailey, would you mind also sending me the samples too - we are all in the same boat it seems! allthepies@yahoo.com

I would be greatful, thanks!
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Old 02-03-2007, 10:53 AM   #35
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Bailey, would you mind also sending me the samples too - we are all in the same boat it seems! allthepies@yahoo.com

I would be greatful, thanks!
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I forwarded the samples to you,that were sent from Scamp,They are posted here as well.If you need any more info let know.
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Old 02-05-2007, 01:29 PM   #36
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Thanks to all that replyed,any and all input was appreciated.I have many more questions to come. Like lino or laminate on the floors.Should I paint the fiberglass cabinets or ????
Hello Bailey,
My husband and I are redoing our 13' Boler also. We are adding a new stove so are redoing the counter section right now. We are making a new counter top out of aircraft counter material. It is a durable wafer lightweight material that we will be putting laminate on. We are also going to laminate the table to match the countertop. Our cushions are not going to be the correct color for the new scheme so we will have the original ones available in the future and I would be willing to send them to you for just the shipping. They are in amazingly good condition and only one zipper needs to be repaired. Let me know if you are interested.

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Old 02-05-2007, 09:17 PM   #37
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I forwarded the samples to you,that were sent from Scamp,They are posted here as well.If you need any more info let know.
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Thanks Bailey, much appreciated, although we've actually decided to go custom - I'm going to use the existing covers as templates (by un-stitching them) and then making new ones from there. I have no idea how long it will take or how difficult it will be, but hey, it's winter in Calgary, and I have very little else do other than pine for spring and more Boler'ing !!!

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Old 02-05-2007, 09:20 PM   #38
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has anybody else ordered the cushion and covers from Scamp? Are there any fit issues, and do they come assembled?

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Hey Dave, I think I just found a link to your as-yet-unseen Boler coming from Winnipeg - did you post a link in the 'other' Boler forum to eBay? If so, you got a nice one there - it appears to not need anything major. If you want/need any help locally, give me a shout - as you know, we recently a reno ourselves last summer and we'd be happy to help.
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My husband and I are redoing our 13' Boler also. We are adding a new stove so are redoing the counter section right now. We are making a new counter top out of aircraft counter material. It is a durable wafer lightweight material that we will be putting laminate on. We are also going to laminate the table to match the countertop. Our cushions are not going to be the correct color for the new scheme so we will have the original ones available in the future and I would be willing to send them to you for just the shipping. They are in amazingly good condition and only one zipper needs to be repaired. Let me know if you are interested.

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Hello Cheryl
Thanks so much for the offer but I have already purchased a set of covers form Scamp.I'am sure the are others that would really appreciate your offer.You might want to put them on the Pay it Forward part of the form
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Old 02-14-2007, 03:11 PM   #40
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Hi Folks - I just got off the phone with Justin at Scamp - a very nice and helpful fellow. I ordered a full set of replacement cushions for the Boler! We went with the Harvest fabric. (I certainly left that decision up to the wife!) They should be here by the end of the month - I'll post some pictures once I get them in. Bailey - can you offer some direction as to how you had to trim the banana cushion? Was it too wide or too long? I am really looking forward to the new cushions!! Thanks again to all of you for your help - couldn't have done it without you!! Alec
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Hi Folks - I just got off the phone with Justin at Scamp - a very nice and helpful fellow. I ordered a full set of replacement cushions for the Boler! We went with the Harvest fabric. (I certainly left that decision up to the wife!) They should be here by the end of the month - I'll post some pictures once I get them in. Bailey - can you offer some direction as to how you had to trim the banana cushion? Was it too wide or too long? I am really looking forward to the new cushions!! Thanks again to all of you for your help - couldn't have done it without you!! Alec
Hello Al
As goes for the banana cushion it was a little long so I trimed about 3- 4 inches off both ends with a electric knife that worked wonderfully.The rest were great as I said before.
Are replacing the foam ? I think its a good idea the covers will hold it shape better
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Old 02-15-2007, 12:15 PM   #42
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Unfortunatley for us north of the border they will ship the material, but not the cushions. We want to replace it all, so we are ordering the cloth and finding the material here. Cutting the foam has to be the easy part compared to sewing and cutting (hopefully in the other order).

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