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Old 03-16-2013, 12:06 AM   #1
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Anyone replace jackknife sofa with residential type sleeper?

Looking for a sleeper sofa and can't seem to find a 72" unit. Anybody use one from a furniture store instead of Rv furniture?
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There have been some that have replaced the sofa , hopefully they'll pop in here. I would think you may have difficulty with a non-rv sofa getting it through the door.
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Old 03-16-2013, 06:47 AM   #3
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There have been some that have replaced the sofa , hopefully they'll pop in here. I would think you may have difficulty with a non-rv sofa getting it through the door.

As Cliff mentioned, there are plenty of Love Seat Sleepers available but finding one to go thru the door might prove daunting.
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Old 03-16-2013, 06:56 AM   #4
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We replaced our J-couch with a Lazy Boy hide-a-bed. Fit just perfect in our '02 Dutch Star. Yes, it wouldn't fit thru the door so we paid extra to have it disassembled first then reassembled in our coach. A word of caution, be aware of the weight since hide-a-beds tend to be heavy.
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72" Flexsteel Sleeper

Or a Easy Bed might work for you.
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Here is another company the has RV Furniture.

RV Furniture Seats Motorhome Sofa Sleepers Seatcraft RV Furniture
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