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1999 2460 Denali Cabin cushion repair

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DR Hyatt
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1999 2460 Denali Cabin cushion repair

Postby DR Hyatt » Sat Jan 04, 2020 12:49 pm

I need help locating material for a torn cabin cushion. I tried contacting Pursuit and they didn’t have any records. I have also tried several repair shops in my area and didn’t have any luck. Any help anyone could give would be deeply appreciated.
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1999 2460 Denali Cabin cushion repair

Postby MarkT » Sun Jan 05, 2020 10:50 pm

That is a tough one. About 10 years ago when I had my boat wrapped for the winter they put some of those moisture absorbents in the cabin on the v berth cushions and the dinette. both of them had a problem and stained the cushions. This is at a Pursuit dealer too. They could not get the material and had to replace all the cushions, on them. He we are 10 years after that, I think the chances are slim. Sorry.

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