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Posted: 03/01/19 07:37am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Take a look at these....lots of sizes and choices...

Thomas Payne RV Recliners


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We bought Best recliners. Our 5th wheel doesn't have the room for Lazy boys.
http://www.besthf.com/besthf/Furniture/Home Carries some smaller profile recliners that work well in our situation. Are they the best? No but they're much better than RV specific furniture.
FWIW the backs come off most all recliners. It's how they're made so they can transport them.

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Lazy boy. Look for removable back and possibly wall hugger model. Some are more compact yet comfortable.

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MarkTwain wrote:

goducks10 wrote:

You can buy them at the same store you'd buy some for your home.

Can you give me the name of a store? What about Camping World?
Stay far away from Camping World chairs. They're overpriced and cheap quality. What I did was measure the space in my trailer and then looked for chairs that fit in that space. I'm sure you could Google for furniture stores in your city and let them find the chairs you need.


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azdryheat wrote:

MarkTwain wrote:

goducks10 wrote:

You can buy them at the same store you'd buy some for your home.

Can you give me the name of a store? What about Camping World?
Stay far away from Camping World chairs. They're overpriced and cheap quality. What I did was measure the space in my trailer and then looked for chairs that fit in that space. I'm sure you could Google for furniture stores in your city and let them find the chairs you need.
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yep, LazyBoy. Got electric operated recliners.Very comfy.

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downtheroad wrote:

Take a look at these....lots of sizes and choices...

Thomas Payne RV Recliners


Those look like they would work nice. I could use them in my house.

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colliehauler wrote:

Another vote for LazyBoy recliners. The back comes off so you can fit them in the door. Check your local furniture store or look online for a retailer.


For the OP (where to purchase?): ANY* store that sells recliners!
(see *caveat below)
Go to same store where you would purchase a recliner for you sticks & bricks (home).

NOTE what "colliehauler" posted: Most recliners are in TWO pieces before assembly. Assembly is VERY simple! The back slides into a notch and post (on each side of the chair base) with a device to secure it.

Make sure it's NOT a "one piece" chair!

*Caveat: (IMO) CampingWorld would *never* be my choice as a location to look for recliners!

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We would love to replace ours as well. but we have a issue, when we pack up we neeed to put our chairs on the couch to travel. any ideas?

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machunt wrote:

We would love to replace ours as well. but we have a issue, when we pack up we neeed to put our chairs on the couch to travel. any ideas?


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