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Posted: 07/30/12 06:32pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I think to replace the sofa in my FW with a leather loveseat recliner.Anybody did that and don't have any problem fit it?


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Posted: 07/30/12 07:05pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We did exactly that two years ago with a leather reclining loveseat from Costco. We have been very pleased with the change. The sleep/sofa that came out now lives in our basement for when all the grandkids come for holiday visits.
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Ours was cloth and very comfortable. It just fit in the slide. We found it at a Lazy Boy Store. We sold the trailer with it in it. That was a mistake. Will buy another this year when we go to Quartzsite.



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We took out our sleeper sofa that was in the slide of our TT and replaced it with a leather love seat recliner from Lazy Boy .. we sure are allot more comfortable.


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Posted: 07/31/12 04:47am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

The sofa in our TT was very uncomfortable for everyone but the dogs so we went to lazyboy and bought a loveseat wall hugger recliner that fits perfectly in the space. We have now been caught falling asleep while watching TV much to the disgust of the dogs who hoped to claim that entire space.


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We have 2 Lambright recliners. Love them. They also make a Loveseat Recliner.


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Bob1180 wrote:

Did anyone have problems getting the lovesaets in through the RV door?

Ours came with the backs as separate pieces. After getting them inside, you just slid the backs on. I think many of them are made the same way. Getting the old, heavy, folding, sofa bed out was a much harder job!
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I take the sofa out this weekend .Now I wait for the leather recliner loveseat from Bassett.The sofa don't want to collaborate to come out easy I hope that the recliner will be easier to move in.

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We went from a sofa/bed to two recliners that turned out to be a PITA for stowage/use and ended up with a wall hugger reclining loveseat. MUCH better. JMHO


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Did anyone have problems getting the lovesaets in through the RV door?

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