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Old 04-12-2013, 11:15 AM   #15
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We can't recommend a source for the chair itself, but here's what Damon used for mounting (threaded insert in the floor and long bolt with a hand knob) Very easy to use and we do use it - just to be safe.

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Our chair has been upgraded to one with a steel base. Most chairs you see have a wood base which is heavier and more prone to show scratches. Because the new base is made from metal tube, we use a "J" bracket on the mount bolt (not Pictured).

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Old 04-12-2013, 11:45 AM   #16
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We bought an Ekornes "Stressless Recliner to replace the recliner that came with the coach. The Stressless recliner comes in 3 different sizes and a multiple of colors and prices (usually start at around $1300 ). I do not secure it down when traveling but if I really wanted to I could use the threaded knob that secured the recliner that came with the coach. I would just need to fabricate a new bracket that would fit over the Stressless recliner base. The great thing about the Stressless recliner is it is really comfortable on my precarious back.
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??? We put "euro chair" in google and it came up with pages and pages!
I was searching for RV recliners Your idea did reveal many more websites and more choices. Now I just need to figure out which one I am going to like to sit in and which one will be right for the coach.
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I was searching for RV recliners Your idea did reveal many more websites and more choices. Now I just need to figure out which one I am going to like to sit in and which one will be right for the coach.
Just a suggestion...skip the recliner/foot stool sets. The recliner with built-in foot rest is much better. The loose foot stool often gets in the way unless there is a dedicted spot for it like the picture above.

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The recliner that came with the coach has the built in foot stool. The problem (for me) is that my feet over hang (extend past) the edge of that foot stool . With the euro chair I move the foot stool to a position where my feet completely rest on the foot stool. When we travel the foot stool gets inverted and stored inside the euro chair arms. The foot stool is a bit in the way but I have learned to live with that. If you have 2 slides in the front of the coach I think it would be a non issue.
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