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Old 03-07-2015, 03:13 PM   #15
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Tech specs below. Thomas payne is good stuff. I am going to buy one.

Weight: 72 lbs.
Dimensions: 26 1/2" W x 32" D x 39" H.
Manufacturer: Thomas Payne Furniture
Mfg Part #: 3424312
Tech Notes: Fully reclined length 63".
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Old 03-07-2015, 03:16 PM   #16
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Thomas payne is good stuff.
Check the soecs. I am getting one
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Old 03-07-2015, 03:32 PM   #17
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Replaced the sofa with two Lazyboys and a custom cabinet between. The ugly barrel chair was replaced with a custom Computer/TV cabinet.
Nice mods.
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Old 03-07-2015, 03:47 PM   #18
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I removed a 12 year old Jackknife sofa that needed upholstery and replaced it with a Lazy Boy Powered Recliner. The most comfortable recliner that I have ever been in.

I had to sleep in it for a month directly after my rotator cuff surgery this past August and it was THAT comfortable.

Here's a thread and post on my recliner.

BTW, I sold the JK sofa for $100 and probably could have gotten more 'cause it sold within one hour on Craigslist. Oh well someone else will get good use from it.

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Old 03-07-2015, 04:28 PM   #19
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Tech specs below. Thomas payne is good stuff. I am going to buy one.

Weight: 72 lbs.
Dimensions: 26 1/2" W x 32" D x 39" H.
Manufacturer: Thomas Payne Furniture
Mfg Part #: 3424312
Tech Notes: Fully reclined length 63".
You have good taste. Where ya gonna buy it from? Beige would fit better in my rigs color scheme. Is it gonna bang into the kitchen slide?
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Old 03-07-2015, 07:00 PM   #20
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Everyone has their own taste and needs. I want to remove booth and. But my husband doesagree replace with another jack sofa.. Eat outside mostly or with TV tables or eat out.
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Old 03-07-2015, 07:26 PM   #21
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The Thomas Payne stuff is good stuff. Should not be disappointed.
Wish they had it is some kind of Tan color.

Here is another question. Wonder, if you could replace the sofa with two flat sleeper recliners?
That way, you do not loose the bed space

I really want to convert the booth to the table and real chairs

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Old 03-13-2015, 02:38 PM   #22
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The Thomas Payne stuff is good stuff. Should not be disappointed.
Wish they had it is some kind of Tan color.

Here is another question. Wonder, if you could replace the sofa with two flat sleeper recliners?
That way, you do not loose the bed space

I really want to convert the booth to the table and real chairs

Thanks All!

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I've taken out the dinette in every rv I've owned. As a single fulltimer, I don't need to seat four for dinner. When I have company we eat outside or at a restaurant. I need space for my computer and sewing/ crafts area so built in an L shaped desk. What a difference, more usable storage and lots more floor space. My uncomfortable jackknife is also gone. Two lobby type arm chairs and a footstool take up much less room and are far more comfortable.
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We just put this one in our Phaeton. DW LOVES it!

View Fabric Glider Recliner with Ottoman Deals at Big Lots

Much more comfortable than the Euro recliner that came with the coach.
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When you guys are replacing RV furniture, are you bolting it to the floor? I would love to remove one of our RV couches and replace it with a standard swivel rocker. If it's not bolted to the floor, will it take my head off in an accident?
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When you guys are replacing RV furniture, are you bolting it to the floor? I would love to remove one of our RV couches and replace it with a standard swivel rocker. If it's not bolted to the floor, will it take my head off in an accident?
My Lazyboy recliners are screwed to the floor with four screws into a 3/4" plywood floor. Depends on the frame under the chair I guess. In addition to the screws, I use the two seat belts that were holdovers from the OEM sofa bed that we took out.
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When you guys are replacing RV furniture, are you bolting it to the floor? I would love to remove one of our RV couches and replace it with a standard swivel rocker. If it's not bolted to the floor, will it take my head off in an accident?

I had Brad and Hall in Elkhart replace our couch with two recliners and neither is attached to the floor. In fact the only seatbelt in our MH are drivers and passengers.
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We went the opposite way. Had the buffet, table and chairs taken out and replaced with a booth. We like the booth better, plus it give another sleeping space for the grandkids.
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