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Old 05-01-2016, 12:22 AM   #1
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Put Winnebago Rest Easy Sofa into Bounder?

Last fall, I bought a used Bounder 35H, which was the winner among three finalists, the others being a Bounder 35E and an Itasca Suncruiser 35U. The others had their strengths, but the 35H met our needs the best. One thing I really liked about the Suncruiser was the Rest Easy sofa. Electric. Reclining. Went totally flat into a (IIRC short) queen-sized bed.

I've done what I can to make the sleeper sofa more comfortable, but it clearly has to do. Has anyone ever transplanted a Rest Easy into a Bounder or other Fleetwood MH, and if so, how difficult was it and where did you go for the 12-volt power it needs?

Oh, and I don't suppose any of you are selling one? I just missed one on eBay, and it was even semi-local to me so I could have picked it up in person

If a Rest Easy is too difficult to install or to difficult to get, I think the next best choice is a tri-fold. Does anybody have a favorite (or ones to avoid) to recommend in tri-folds? My existing sofa is 68" long, but if I take out the end table, I have a 79" space to deal with, so could cram up to a 78" sofa in there.

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