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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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azdryheat wrote:

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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I recommend RecPro charles collection double, I bought it on amazon and am very satisfied with this recliner. Very easy to install and matches our RV furniture. It is very comfortable for two and almost reclines to a flat position when snug against the wall.

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Two Hands wrote:

The same thing happened to us when we had a fifth wheel. We found the right size online with Lazy Boy.


Or any of the Recliner stores you see advertised on TV, etc.
Even Costco.

*If* you want "high dollar" recliners there are stores specializing in
those. "Pricey" is correct.

Recliners normally are in two pieces - the back and the bottom (where you sit).

Couches & hide-a-beds - sometimes difficult to get the back to come off the bottom - usually just a tight fit to separate the two.
Hide-A-Bed - remove the bed part first. Base is way lighter!

NEVER had a problem getting any of the above thru the door! Couch was a tight fit - a "helper" is nice.

(IMO) I would buy at a Goodwill Store before Camping World...[emoticon]

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b_pilot wrote:

The recliners that came with our Life Style 5th wheel has this fake leather look. The material is pealing off and they look terrible. We need to replace them. Camping World doesn’t have much of a selection. Need suggestions on where to find replacement recliners and couch. We have checked the internet but my wife would like to sit on the furniture before buying. Has anyone made a trip to Elkhart to look for furniture?


We took careful measurements for some replacement furniture (wanted to eliminate a hide a bed) and bought some Ashly furniture. I’m certain that there are some upper end recliners or love seats that will also fit! You just have to be certain that they easily dissemble to fit them through the doorway!

Sadly FlexSteel no longer makes RV furniture......it was top of the line ! Our first two Tetons came with FlexSteel! memtb


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