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Old 05-08-2013, 09:40 PM   #1
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Furniture?

How does one get a sofa out of an rv? Door is not wide enough. Want to swap out for a sleeper sofa. Clueless..........
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Old 05-08-2013, 09:46 PM   #2
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If the furniture can not be disassembled, a large window may be removed to make the switch.
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Old 05-08-2013, 10:47 PM   #3
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Most rv couches come apart
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Old 05-08-2013, 11:07 PM   #4
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Most rv couches come apart
Yep, ours did. Replaced it with two La Z Boy rocker recliners. But we have 6 cats so we very seldom get to sit in the chairs unless we move one or two of them!

Here's three of them, these are all Japanese Bobtails, the one on the front right is on her maiden trip in the motorhome. As you can see, she was just terrified!! (NOT)
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The sofa will come apart and go right out the door.
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I replaced the sofa in my current MH and both the old and new came apart and went thru the door.

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Yep, ours did. Replaced it with two La Z Boy rocker recliners. But we have 6 cats so we very seldom get to sit in the chairs unless we move one or two of them!

Here's three of them, these are all Japanese Bobtails, the one on the front right is on her maiden trip in the motorhome. As you can see, she was just terrified!! (NOT)
I wish two recliners would fit where our sofa is in our NorthTrail. The sofa it came with is very hard and uncomfortable. But then the cable for the slideout is under it, so that would make replacing it difficult if not impossible.

I love the pic of your cats snoozing on the dash. I assume they don't try and exit with you when you open the RV door.....
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