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Old 06-06-2008, 01:35 PM   #99
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Hi Bailey,

I know I'm a little behind in this post but was wondering if you could also send me info on the scamp rv cushion covers. My husband and I just bought a 1973 13' Boler and wanted to replace the covers.

Please feel free to e-mail me on the site.

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Old 06-06-2008, 01:50 PM   #100
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We just got our new cushion covers and curtains from Scamp last night.
Lakelure upholstery and blue curtains. They look really nice (and clean!).
I post some pics when I get them wrestled on...
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Old 06-07-2008, 09:41 AM   #101
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Hello everyone this is my first post so bare with me.We bought my first 13 ft Boler in Sept the cushion covers are getting a little tried actually a couple of them are really beat. So I need advice on recovering,Have spoke to Scamp and they have a complete set (7)for less then $275 for covers only. Going to need foam too but thought would buy it locally.Is this the way to go or should we go a different avenue?Thoughts anyone? Bailey Boler

I'd buy them. I replaced mine when I bought my scamp 6 yrs ago. The covers I purchased seem a little larger (slightly) than the originals but, haven't replaced the foam yet. I figured that was most of the problem. I'm thinking about going local too. I'll know which route I take once I compare their prices with scamp.
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Old 06-08-2008, 06:41 AM   #102
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We just got our new cushion covers and curtains from Scamp last night.
Lakelure upholstery and blue curtains. They look really nice (and clean!).
I post some pics when I get them wrestled on...
Hi: Good luck with the " Wrestlmania". I remember it took 3 of us holding down a measly foam cushion to get some of the covers on... but when the round is over it's worth every punch!!!
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Hi: Good luck with the " Wrestlmania". ....
Well....I brought all the cushion into the house and got set up at he dining room table and got into a deliberate, patient state of mind.
I decided to do one of the dinette seats first. It was a struggle to get the old cover off the foam even though it was wrapped in thin plastic. It was a very tight fit.
When I picked up the new cover, I noticed the zipper was twice as long as the original
I rolled the new cover down, straightened the plastic on the foam, and slipped it 1/2 way on with very little effort!
I slowly pulled the rest of the cover up straightening it on the foam as I went and zipped it up - easy!
The rest went on as easily and look great!
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Old 06-08-2008, 11:31 PM   #104
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30 year old foam isn't very comfortable to sleep on anymore, and my covers were so brittle I couldn't even chance washing them for fear of disintegration. I decided to go ahead and order the 7 piece set from Scamp, hoping I would be able to get them to somehow fit into my Pacer. I opted for the Lakelure pattern. Total cost was $680 shipped. I don't think I could have bought the fabric, zippers, and good quality foam for that price. Not to mention probably a hundred hours of sewing and still risking ruining my materials or the fit/finished product still probably not being as good as factory. Anyways, I got them all installed today and they fit like a gem. Sometimes you've just gotta spend the money and do it the right way. Finished up the new table to match the doors as well.
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Old 06-12-2008, 07:35 PM   #105
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I have just also had my cushions from our 13ft boler redone. We did ourselves.... and it was actually very easy.. within 3 days we had all the cushions from the table/bed done as well as the 2 bunk beds.

It cost just over 40.00 for the material _ 13meters { i licked out on a great price and great material}. I eneded up also re-using the vynal and so i have additional material left over.

This has been acutally both my husbands & my 1st attempt at re-doing out covers.. and they turned out great. Certainly better than the condition that they were in.

We have Len Millstore here that is great for material.

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Old 06-19-2008, 09:33 PM   #106
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I am looking for some help. My husband is a soldier and he bought a scamp off the army for under $200. It needed a complete overhaul. The vent on the top was taken out and it had been rained on in the inside of the scamp. We are now remodeling this from top to bottom.

We had to tear out the floor and put in new. We took everything out to clean up and fix up. We even tore the stuff off that was originally put up and we are going to put laminated flooring on the walls and laminated tile for the floor for easy clean up. But I need some more help. My husband was in demolition mode and threw away the original cushions so now I don't have any measurements and I am doing the from scratch. I need loads of help. I just need an idea of some measurements on all the cushions.

We are new at the whole remodeling thing on campers and this is our first one. Any help would be grateful. Thanks, Amy

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Old 06-21-2008, 03:35 PM   #107
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The ones from Scamp seem to be a good price.

Last year I paid about $125 for material and my grandmother was gracious enough to make new covers for mine.
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I am looking for some help. My husband is a soldier and he bought a scamp off the army for under $200. It needed a complete overhaul. The vent on the top was taken out and it had been rained on in the inside of the scamp. We are now remodeling this from top to bottom.

We had to tear out the floor and put in new. We took everything out to clean up and fix up. We even tore the stuff off that was originally put up and we are going to put laminated flooring on the walls and laminated tile for the floor for easy clean up. But I need some more help. My husband was in demolition mode and threw away the original cushions so now I don't have any measurements and I am doing the from scratch. I need loads of help. I just need an idea of some measurements on all the cushions.

We are new at the whole remodeling thing on campers and this is our first one. Any help would be grateful. Thanks, Amy
Hi: Amy...You can still buy a complete set of foam cushions from Scamp. Foam+Covers. You can look back through this thread and see the latest upholstery colours or call them on their 800# for colour selections. Their price is unbeatable!!!
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Old 07-31-2008, 08:07 PM   #109
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Anyone have the latest colors? Couldn't find anything on the scamp site....
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Hi: Call Scamps 800# talk to their parts dept. and they will email the colour choices to you.
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Old 08-04-2008, 09:22 AM   #111
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Hi: Call Scamps 800# talk to their parts dept. and they will email the colour choices to you.
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I did this, and the ones they sent me are mostly solid colors. I just went through this thread, and really like the alpine...I think I will call again. Has anyone got a new price for a whole set of foam and covers?
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Old 08-04-2008, 09:37 AM   #112
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looks great! !!

I had an upholstery shop re do mine plus the bunk ones in the 5er... I probably spent about the same.... I didnt like what Scamp had to offer in colors...
the fabric in mine was 'sun rotted' and the foam also like yours was 'no more'....

Its always nice to fix up the way you like it too..
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