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Old 04-01-2014, 10:58 AM   #1
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Removing sofas

We have a 2008 Kountry Star and would like to remove the two sofas and replace them with one leather sofa and two euro recliners. How easy/difficult is it to remove the sofas and how easy/difficult is it to add the sofa and two recliners? Where is the best place to purchase these?
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We have a 2008 Kountry Star and would like to remove the two sofas and replace them with one leather sofa and two euro recliners. How easy/difficult is it to remove the sofas and how easy/difficult is it to add the sofa and two recliners? Where is the best place to purchase these?
We removed a hide a bed, 2 captain chairs and a recliner out of our old coach with no problems. I did have to do some disassembling of the sofa. We bought our replacement furniture here:

http://www.discountvantruck.com/disc...vfurniture.htm

Good service and quality stuff. They design the furniture to fit through any RV door.
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Welcome to the forum and irv2.
Here is a Brochure and Owners Guide for you.
Down in my signature below are three links with many more links that relate to your Newmar.
Here is a complete redo done for dennis45 and there are more in QT's # 3. Look in the "interior redo section"
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One thing you may want to check is if you have a flat floor under your sofas. Not all do.
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Here is a link to the Amish shop that is making the recliners for Newmar (verified by Newmar while we were there). Lambright Comfort Chairs - Lambright Comfort Chairs They also make sofas, and tables. They are very nice to work with and will sell directly. I didn't see a phone in their store so you may have to leave a message and have them call you back.
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Last summer we removed one sofa and put in one recliner and wooden table/file cabinet. Removal is easy. There will be seat belts that are bolted to floor. I removed them and placed round dome head bolts in holes and painted to match carpet. You will have places where carpet is compressed from sofa. I have done this in two coaches. I buy my replacements at regular furniture stores. Labeling "RV" to anything raises the price.

Note ........ measure width of rv door before going to furniture store as rv doors are narrower than house doors
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