I have just brought a 1972 aristocrate 16ft lo-liner pull behind.I was wondering where to get the right foam for the seats & the bunk beds

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Hi Neal! Maybe VK has a good source. I'll e-mail them and ask her to get back to you. We really like the LoLiners! Have fun restoring yours. pat
Thanks Pat, I need all the help I can get.This is a first time thing for me.Don't really know where to start.I have seen picture of some that have been remodeled. Mine has everything but the coshions were missing for the benches & bunk beds.
Niel, i forgot to mention that you can also put a search in the box on our home page here for Lo Liner, Lo-Liner and/or LoLiner and find pictues and goodoldrvers who have Lo-Liners. Some good pictures too!

Hmm, wonder what the proper way to spell Lo-Liner/LoLiner/Lo Liner??

After viewing their photos and comments you might want to send a "Friends" request to them through goodoldrvs... it's safe and secured. I'm sure they would like to correspond with you too.

have a great day. Raining here at the cabin today. pat
I have also been searching for cushion foam. JC Penney was recommended to me by someone who used firm foam mattress toppers. They carry them in 2,3 and 5 inch depths. You can cut them to fit your needs. Hope this helps. Tamma
Easiest way to cut foam, especially thick foam, is use an electric knife from the kitchen!
Good tip girl! thanks!!

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