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Old 05-18-2011, 09:51 PM   #1
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Default Sunpad on 2500SCR - factory option?

Does anyone know if sunpad cushions for the aft deck seating were a factory option?

An example of what I'm talking about can be seen in this youtube vid @ 2:02



It looks this may not have been original equipment with the contrast in the vinyl condition seen in the video. Does anyone know of a potential source other than a custom job at the friendly neighborhood marine upholstery shop?
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Old 05-18-2011, 10:16 PM   #2
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Might be standard equipment too. Used to fill in to make the bed in the cabin.

They look the same as what is also in the cockpit.

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Old 05-19-2011, 02:20 AM   #3
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Good guess but not a match for the filler pads that I have for the v-berth.
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Old 05-19-2011, 02:47 AM   #4
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oh yeah...the aft bimbo pads....they were an option...there is an oval pole that usually goes from fwd to the aft bhd....and there is a table that drops down onto that ..the cusion fits right between the fwd seating and the aft fwd facing seat....


contacting your local bayliner/maxum dealer can find the parts for you...if not...let us know and I can hook you up with my local parts guy..


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Thanks puppy - I'll try my local Bayliner dealer and see what they can offer. Quick story - I bought my boat a few weeks ago and had it towed by a marine transport company about 90 miles to my local marina. The transom shower door didn't survive the trip (cheesy plastic hinge broke) - no problem should be about 20 bucks to replace. Of course the local Bayliner dealer tells me the transom shower can only be purchased as a complete unit - $150.00!! But I guess that's a discount on the old B.O.A.T. standard!
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welcome to the club of gouged prices and empty pockets..


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Were you able to locate where you can purchase this optional cushion??? I, too, would like to get one.
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Thanks puppy - I'll try my local Bayliner dealer and see what they can offer. Quick story - I bought my boat a few weeks ago and had it towed by a marine transport company about 90 miles to my local marina. The transom shower door didn't survive the trip (cheesy plastic hinge broke) - no problem should be about 20 bucks to replace. Of course the local Bayliner dealer tells me the transom shower can only be purchased as a complete unit - $150.00!! But I guess that's a discount on the old B.O.A.T. standard!
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I did not pursue trying to locate the cushion through a dealer. I had postponed calling until I had a chance to get back on my boat and take a close look at the aft seating. I was able to confirm that my seats do not have the support lip for the cushion that can be seen in the video. I concluded that these were either optional after the 2001 model year or the set up in the video was a custom job. I guess there's always the Igloo cooler/cushion combo as another option.
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