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Old 01-17-2014, 05:03 PM   #15
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Good job! Looks great, and I agree that comfort can't be beat.
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Old 01-17-2014, 05:19 PM   #16
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Wow what transformation that made. I'll have to take some measurements and see if that double recliner would fit in the space of our couch. Thanks for posting.
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Old 01-17-2014, 05:24 PM   #17
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From their website, actually made to order, as far as length goes.
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Old 01-17-2014, 05:27 PM   #18
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Looks great, I just finished installing the Monaco Double Recliner. Very good quality and comfortable. It looks like your slide platform was deep enough to handle the recliners without any modifications. Mine was a little narrow and I had to extend the slide platform about 8 inches. How did you attach the recliners to the floor. Thanks
I just used some short drywall screws into the slide floor through the mounting brackets on the loveseat.
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Old 01-17-2014, 05:38 PM   #19
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Thanks, Dave.. as soon as the DW gets home, I'll show her what you've accomplished. It is awesome! Thanks for sharing.
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Old 01-17-2014, 06:06 PM   #20
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Awesome! Thanks for sharing!
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Huge change, well done.
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Old 01-18-2014, 02:13 PM   #22
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Very nice. Good job.
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Wow, really changes the look of the coach. Great job.
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Very nice. I like it.
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That looks so comfy, great job
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Something to take note of is that these recliners are only 33" deep front to back. This is the same as standard sofas.

We have a new TT arriving in a few weeks and really wanted theater seating in it. The manufacturer had it listed but in the end said it wouldn't fit due to depth. I looked all over the internet for wall hugger theater seating and they're all 39" deep. We opted for a hide-a-bed instead because it felt more comfortable than the standard RV sofa. Good to know this is available if we ever really want double recliner seats. I never thought to search for "double recliners". Dang.

Two questions:

How comfortable are these in both upright and extended positions? They look comfortable.

How difficult was it to get inside? Did it dismantle easily enough?

Love the flip out tables which theater seats don't have.
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Something to take note of is that these recliners are only 33" deep front to back. This is the same as standard sofas. We have a new TT arriving in a few weeks and really wanted theater seating in it. The manufacturer had it listed but in the end said it wouldn't fit due to depth. I looked all over the internet for wall hugger theater seating and they're all 39" deep. We opted for a hide-a-bed instead because it felt more comfortable than the standard RV sofa. Good to know this is available if we ever really want double recliner seats. I never thought to search for "double recliners". Dang. Two questions: How comfortable are these in both upright and extended positions? They look comfortable. How difficult was it to get inside? Did it dismantle easily enough? Love the flip out tables which theater seats don't have.
Very comfortable in the sitting and reclined positions. If they are mounted on a slide platform you need to consider the height of the slide from the floor. Mine was 1 1/2" which increased the height of the seat to 20 1/2" which is a little higher than standard. But not a problem. The unit comes in 5 pieces 2 backs 2 seats 1 center console so they are easy to get inside and then assembly them in place.
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