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Old 10-28-2012, 07:50 PM   #15
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in my coach, there is an L lunge and a sofa, both can be pulled out to make beds. plus a queen bed at rear, it's comfortable to sleep 6 adults while sliding out. if you are looking around for country coach and see a long or L shape sofa at each side of aisle, that is.
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Is yours like that? I HATE that thing.
No. I have a traditional one. I don't like those L shape ones either.
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No. I have a traditional one. I don't like those L shape ones either.
I know. It takes up half of the dance floor.
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Old 10-28-2012, 09:18 PM   #18
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Does anyone know if the "L" shaped sofas will come apart and break down into sections that can be removed easily through the entrance door? I really HATE our sofa.
The ones I have worked with break down to fit through a 24 inch door. I put my J lounge in by myself.
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The ones I have worked with break down to fit through a 24 inch door. I put my J lounge in by myself.
Thanks! I believe our door is 30" so that should work.
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def.like to see a before after pic when you get it done, I just removed my dinnet/table as well..im 6'6 and cant fit in it..I want to replace with a couple small recliners..ill be checking those sites out..only real problem im going to face, is the wheel well hump that is in my way..good luck tho!
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For extra sleeping room, I bought a Coleman premium airbed that has a built in pump. Just plug it in and turn it on. It raises to about 18" and is very close to a queen bed, so two children or two small adults should fit. You can google it or check on Amazon, which I think is where I bought it for about $ 110.
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Don't forget the window route. Not as hard as you might think on the average coach to remove the window and they are usually big enough to get just about anything in/out. That's also the route to take when replacing an engine in many instances.

Doesn't sound like fun...I know...but it works and may be easier than destroying what you have.
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