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Old 01-10-2013, 08:33 PM   #15
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See the number of members with couches that have been removed from DP I see that replacing a couch is common. How hard is removing the couch thru door, and where is best place to find a couple recliners to go back in DP. Would a house recliner work just as well?
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Where is the wanted section?

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I was thinking of taking my couch out of ours and put 2 Stresless chairs from the S&B, but still working on DW for the OK.
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Old 01-10-2013, 09:22 PM   #18
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Where is the wanted section?

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Click "Classified" menu, then "Wanted", then "Place an Ad".
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Old 01-11-2013, 01:23 AM   #19
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See the number of members with couches that have been removed from DP I see that replacing a couch is common. How hard is removing the couch thru door, and where is best place to find a couple recliners to go back in DP. Would a house recliner work just as well?
I had to remove the pass front seat and take the arms off the sofa. I then flatened the sofa and secured in that position then it fit thru the door. It took two of us to remove.
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Old 01-11-2013, 05:46 AM   #20
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i give up. whats a jack knife?
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They look like this - are available in various styles and lengths.

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When I had one years ago I bought egg crate foam rubber at Home Depot - cut to size and would roll it up and put a bungie cord around and stow away in cabinet above. My daughter spent many a night on it and considered it hers. I slept on it many times as well without issues. Worked great for us.
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i have bought from them, replaced the entire interior in our old coach. it was ok looked good, but you get what you pay for. not very comfortable i don't think i would buy from them again although they were good to deal with
What did you purchase and was it all uncomfortable , they claim their Leon hr captains chair is high quality and comfortable for long journeys
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Old 01-11-2013, 02:26 PM   #24
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The Deleon HR is what we purchased. We are very satisfied.

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Old 01-11-2013, 04:19 PM   #26
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The Deleon HR is what we purchased. We are very satisfied.

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I am thinking of removing the standard seats as wife and I become numb after an hour or two .
How are you finding the Deleon HR.
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thanks fer the jack knife info.
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What did you purchase and was it all uncomfortable , they claim their Leon hr captains chair is high quality and comfortable for long journeys
That's what we bought from them a couple of years ago. The upholstery on our original Villa furniture was worn. We decided our choice was to re-upholster the Villa furniture or purchase the new furniture. We wish we had re-upholstered the old Villa furniture. The Villa captain's chairs were much higher quality and far more comfortable.
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