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Old 06-23-2012, 09:58 PM   #1
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Remove Sofas from Slideouts

Does anyone know if we can remove the sofas from our RV? It is a
2004 Terry Quantum 365FLTS 5th Wheel. The sofas are in each slide out.
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Old 06-23-2012, 10:16 PM   #2
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Does anyone know if we can remove the sofas from our RV? It is a
2004 Terry Quantum 365FLTS 5th Wheel. The sofas are in each slide out.

I have a Jayco 330RLTS pull behind trailer. The sofas' come out real easy. They are bolted in place. I don't know about your trailer, however, the unit we have has both sofas as sleepers. We removed the sofa, sold it, and bought two recliners to take thier place.

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Thanks Grumpy. Our issue is we don't know if they are required for stability and/or what is underneath that may be needed for the slide
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Old 06-24-2012, 09:26 AM   #4
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Not to worry; save for being bolted down (safety issue) they're all 'free standing.'

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If your sofas have fold-out beds, removal will be easier if you remove the fold-out mechanism first (usually only a few screws attach it to the sofa frame). Makes the bulkier sofa easier to handle.
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I have a Jayco 330RLTS pull behind trailer. The sofas' come out real easy. They are bolted in place. I don't know about your trailer, however, the unit we have has both sofas as sleepers. We removed the sofa, sold it, and bought two recliners to take thier place.

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