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We replaced our two recliners with two that we purchased at Costco. They came in a box with the backs already off, so getting them through the door was no big deal. They are fabric, but the wood goes well with the rest of the wood in the RV. To keep them from bouncing around, we turn them so that the backs are facing each other and bungee cord them together. They might move an inch or so, but never off of the slide.

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We also have a Lifestyle Luxury RV , however the sofa in ours looks like new yet so can't justify replacing it. However it does appear that lambright has sofas that will fit in the narrow depth spot. We did buy recliners for our rig at United RV in FTW as they had them in stock to 'test sit'. However they are Thomas Payne and I'm guessing they won't hold up well....


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We have Ekornes Stressless™ recliners in the house. For longer trips, we move them into the TT. They're quite light and easily fit through the door without disassembly. Not cheap but very high quality. Comfortable furniture is subjective but if these look like they might be your thing, check them out at Scandinavian Designs.

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Go check out a 10 year old motorhome with cloth furniture. Usually still looks like new. Manufacturers should do away with the fake leather stuff.


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