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Old 03-26-2014, 06:35 PM   #29
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0-clearance sounds real good to me

Originally Posted by Ramets View Post
We looked for 0 clearance recliners at LazBoy. They recline all the way, in fact I fall asleep in mine all the time.
Thanks a ton for the response. I'll ck out a Lazy Boy store in the Denver area. I am thinking power recliner(s), but I will still want to somehow support the back of the "his" recliner in the "bedtime" position each night; I ruined a (very old) "full up leather" Lane recliner in my sticks and bricks (bounced too hard trying to get comfortable with a very painful left shoulder.) It was so old, parts were not available. Later model recliners may be stronger, though.

I support the newer Lane recliner I have now (at home) with a "super duty" blanketed 2X6 "stand" that spans the back of the recliner (side to side) in the fully-lowered position.....no more problems; and steady as a rock. The "pleather" Lane I have now is anything but zero clearance ........ but it's real comfy. Seems like Lazy Boy is the "Gold Standard" ..... so many favorable reviews and only a small percentage of folks find problems.....mostly minor.

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Originally Posted by youracman View Post
... I am thinking power recliner(s)...
LZB power recliners aren't wall-away. You'll have to have more clearance to use those. I've got 2 of them in my S&B.


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