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Old 11-22-2015, 05:57 AM   #15
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The problem we ran into when getting rid of the couch, was what to replace it with. We initially thought of a reclining couch or loveseat. But being 6'4" I couldn't find either that would fit me. So we went with LazBoy recliners because I could get one to fit me, and my 5' DW could do the same. One of the best mod's we've done.
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How do you view the front TV with some of these updates? I was thinking of Euro recliners so we can swivel them. This is hopefully one of our winter upgrades so keep the photos coming
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Old 11-22-2015, 09:10 AM   #17
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How do you view the front TV with some of these updates? I was thinking of Euro recliners so we can swivel them. This is hopefully one of our winter upgrades so keep the photos coming
Space, space, and space. This was the limitation for me to install 2, wall hugging, swivel (needed because of front overhead tv). Remember when installing a swivel recliner you need substantial side to side room. I would love to install 2 of those overstuffed recliners that I have in our house.

After measuring, measuring and more measuring I decided on 2 Lambright wall hugging swivel recliners. I also had room left over for a small table behind the passengers seat. I am a "big boy" and find I can fall asleep just a quick in these as my big one at home.

One of the best upgrades we have made.
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With all these lazy boy mods, are you bolting them to the floor? I have 2 kids traveling with me and like to keep them seat belted in as much as possible.
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With all these lazy boy mods, are you bolting them to the floor? I have 2 kids traveling with me and like to keep them seat belted in as much as possible.
I installed the Lazyboy love seat. I did not bolt it down. We have never taken extra people with us. You might want to pay someone to bolt it down correctly.
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