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Posted: 09/03/08 07:17pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Specifically, for those of us that have the coach like the Dynasty with Chair and couch - that have replaced the chair.

Owners we bought from had a Euro chair in place of the barrel but replaced the barrel when selling.

I miss my footrest - and would "love" to have a small sized wall-away lazyboy type chair. It must be small though as the overall space is rather limited both on sides and back as the back side snuggle up to the dinette chair and there is not much room.

Thoughts on choices and availability?

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Bill, Lazy Boy makes an excellent small recliner, which we have 2 of in our coach. The model number is 532 and the leather material matched our other furniture exactly.


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I prefer the recliner over a Euro chair. Search for RV furniture and you will come up with several companies that have small recliners and furniture. I got one from Bradd and Hall. They were great to deal with.

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Lazy Boy leather recliners are hard to beat and RV furniture usually leaves a lot to be desired. Expensive, too. I bought a very comfortable leather Lazy Boy that takes up little room for under $500, and I'm a big guy, too.


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i use the white leather lazyboy that reclines to flat position for great sleeping. rocking and swiveling when needed. i did not fasten it to the floor so i can move it wherever i want it.


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We have La-Z-Boy 532 recliners in our house. Love them. When we remodeled our MH we looked into the chairs. La-Z-Boy has raised the price on these chairs to over $700.
After looking around we found a Lambright Lazy Relaxor from Bradd and Hall in Elkhart, IN. Now that everything is installed. We are very happy with our choice for the RV. We did get the chair on a closeout for $450, that helped us make the decision. There are other places to buy the Lambright chairs around northern IN. Including the manufacturer. Lambright Aluminum. They also sell at RV shows.



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I bought the Euro recliners from JC Penney because recliners are too short for my legs. With the movable hassock I can adjust the comfort under my legs when I lay back in the chair.
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