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Old 02-29-2020, 06:40 PM   #1
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2006 Gulf Stream GTouring 5291. I put the table onto the shelf holder on seat. Then lowered the seat onto edge of table. But there's the space in between that I can't figure out. Am I missing a cushion that goes into that space.
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Old 02-29-2020, 07:14 PM   #2
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You did make the seat backs I to the bed? Then look under the bed
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Old 03-01-2020, 10:05 AM   #3
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Nothing under my bed but a water tank. The seat back is to small for 1 and 2 seat backs to large. I found a double pillow type thing but way to small. I am puzzled as to what belongs in this space.
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Old 03-01-2020, 11:30 AM   #4
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Nothing under my bed but a water tank. The seat back is to small for 1 and 2 seat backs to large. I found a double pillow type thing but way to small. I am puzzled as to what belongs in this space.
If you turn them perpendicular do they fit tightly?
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Old 03-02-2020, 09:25 AM   #5
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The two ends are the seats for the dinette and they are staionary. The seat backs do not fit going the other way. Too long.
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My Palm Breeze has the same problem but not that bad. I have to squeeze the fourth cushion pretty good to get it in there.


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I have the exact same rig. Ya gotta squish both seat backs into that table space.
It's not easy....good luck
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Old 03-08-2020, 11:34 AM   #8
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I bought my 2007 BT 5291B new and it came with a set of small cushions that fit in this space. Check with GulfStream for a part # and they should be able to sell you a new set if you have lost yours.
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WOW.....I bought mine brand new and never saw or had any smaller cushions. Who knew?
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Our 5291 has two pads. We store behind the bedroom TV. They fit in that gap, not the seat backs.
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There should be two of those pads. Like the one in your second pic.
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Old 03-08-2020, 06:15 PM   #12
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Yes, we also received two sets of these cushions to fit over the table.
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Do you happen to have what the cushions are called or a model number. Maybe I can find them somewhere to buy. I only have one set of pillow when I bought this unit used.
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Do you happen to have what the cushions are called or a model number. Maybe I can find them somewhere to buy. I only have one set of pillow when I bought this unit used.
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No, I am sorry but, I don't have a part # and just refer to them as the table cushions.
Perhaps if you called the parts dept at GulfStream they could provide you with the proper part # and a price as they still make the BT Cruiser model 5291B.
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Thanks Tried that but now the beds make up from the back cushions of the dinette. Looks like I will try to find foam and make my own. Thanks for the input.
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Do you happen to have what the cushions are called or a model number. Maybe I can find them somewhere to buy. I only have one set of pillow when I bought this unit used.
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Cant get to my camper at the moment,but I’ll see if they have tags on when I can.
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