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Posted: 01/30/12 11:02am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

One of the Voltage owners removed their sofa and put in 2 recliners. Do a search on the site and you should be able find what he did with pictures. Or he just might chime in on this thread.


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Badhabt, was the weight of the new recliner any more that the part you removed? Might do something similar to what I have. Not sure what kind of weight limit there might be in the slide.


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Put a Lazyboy in our TT. We both lopve it, and the vibrator/heat option is sure nice also.


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drwwicks wrote:

Badhabt, was the weight of the new recliner any more that the part you removed? Might do something similar to what I have. Not sure what kind of weight limit there might be in the slide.


Really they were pretty equal, the one we removed was a hideabed...

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We have a 2005 WW FSC2800. One of the first things we did was to remove the fold down table & seats and replace them with two Lazy Boy recliners and a folding table from CW. One of the best mods we've done. They don't take up any more space, they are moveable for travel, and they are more comfortable to sleep on than the fold down bed.

Now that the kids are grown we're seriously thinking of removing the fold down sofa for additional room. When we have visitors we still have the rear bunk or the recliners to sleep on. (Only our Lab would miss the sofa at night)

The Lazy Boys cost less than the RV recliners and were much more comfortable after a full day.

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We have 2 LayZBoys. Whatever brand you get, make sure it's a zero clearance recliner or you'll be moving them about all the time. I think the LayZBoy tradename is WallAway.

I have a Stressless Royal at home and love it (had it for 25 years) but there just isn't room for it in our RV.

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Give Peterson Industries http://www.excelrvs.com/contact_us(Excel RV) a call they may sell you recliners that are very comfortable..made for toyhauler. We really like ours rock and recline with locking feature. We unlock the LCD TV mount and face toward recliners.




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