Scamp dinette/bunk cushions fit Perris Pacer perfectly - Fiberglass RV


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Old 05-27-2008, 12:51 PM   #1
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just FYI. Like a glove. No modifications needed. As for the front bunk cushions (bottom, backing board, & banana cushion) they're pretty close. The seat bottom cushion isn't quite as deep -short by about 2", but the banana cushion takes up this space anyway and it looks perfect when all folded up.

Scamp currently offers 5 upholstery patterns for their interiors (I don't know why they aren't featured on their website, but whatever.) I have attached the photos.

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Old 05-28-2008, 08:02 AM   #2
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As for the front bunk cushions (bottom, backing board, & banana cushion) they're pretty close. The seat bottom cushion isn't quite as deep -short by about 2", but the banana cushion takes up this space anyway and it looks perfect when all folded up.
Angelo,

I'm not sure what you mean with - short by about 2". Are you saying when the bunk is down the seat bottom is short by 2" or when the bunk is up? If when it's down, my understanding is that the upper bunk is 4" thick on a Scamp and 2" on the others. If when it's up, it's to allow for the upper bunk to eventually fit in between the bananna and seat cushions.
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I'm not sure what you mean with - short by about 2". Are you saying when the bunk is down the seat bottom is short by 2" or when the bunk is up? If when it's down, my understanding is that the upper bunk is 4" thick on a Scamp and 2" on the others. If when it's up, it's to allow for the upper bunk to eventually fit in between the bananna and seat cushions.
When the bunk is down, the Scamp seat bottom cushion is 2" short of meeting up with the the Pacer backrest cushion.

The Perris Pacer bunk (backrest) cushion is 3.5" thick. Probably was 4" when new though, as it's going on 30 years old.
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When the bunk is down, the Scamp seat bottom cushion is 2" short of meeting up with the the Pacer backrest cushion.
For interests sake, how deep is the lower bunk?

I hear Scamp changed their cusions sizes, but you can still ask for the older sizing by special order. Do you know which ones you got?
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For interests sake, how deep is the lower bunk?

I hear Scamp changed their cusions sizes, but you can still ask for the older sizing by special order. Do you know which ones you got?
Not certain when/if they ever changed sizes, but the cushions I test fitted were from a 1997 16' standard, if that makes a difference.

I'll measure the depth of the Perris' bunk when I get home tonight.
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Old 06-02-2008, 01:04 PM   #6
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FYI the Pacer bottom bunk is 28" deep. I ordered both new cushions from Scamp for it, so after a little massaging and modding I'll post pics when I get them dialed in 100%.
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Hi: Angelo...WOW!!! Lookin' real good. Scamp sure has made lots of members of MFRV forum happy with their cushion covers. Glad to know they fit so many variations of trailers.
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Hey Angelo, that's a smart loking interior! Is that the original table?

And what I would really like to know is what is the interior wall covering?

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Thanks fellas. That was the original table, but it was replaced a few days ago with a newer (more modern) maple one I finally got around to making so it would match my doors.

The insulation is some kind of textured foam sheeting that I painted w/ white latex. It's original. I'd like to replace it at some point, but it doesn't really need it. More just something to do when I get bored.

The cushions in this picture are the new ones. I was test fitting the first (blue) set out of my friend's 1996 16'. Turns out after screwing everything in, the Scamp front bunk cushions also actually fit perfectly. I guess I was just a little too skeptical with my initial measurements.
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