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Old 01-06-2016, 01:38 PM   #1
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House recliner in MH??

I have a class A with two sofas. I would like to replace one with a recliner. Do I have to buy a special rv recliner or is it possible to get a regular size one through the door??
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Most recliners that the back will come off will go thru the door.
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We've replaced the couch in one rig with two LA Z BOY recliners and one Stressless chair in the present rig with another LA Z BOY recliner. The back comes off most of the ones and they're easy to got through the door.
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The recliners in my Cedar Creek are made by Lazy Boy and are the standard recliners that are sold in the store. You can purchase some Lazy Boy recliners and just remove the backs and install them in your MH.
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Replaced the chair and sofa in the 5er with La Z Boy and no issues getting the new chairs in.
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Worry more about getting your sofa out!


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Thanks everyone for the replies.
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We ordered our 5th wheel without the factory recliners and provided our own residential Lazy Boy recliners. The backs come off and they were easy to bring inside. We love them!
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Euro recliners fit easy.
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This was our solution. We love them!

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Worry more about getting your sofa out!
One word: sawzall.
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The best time to buy LZB recliners is Christmas & this month @30% off or more, especially on closeouts. Also, possibly around Father's Day. The Pinnacle recliners (the most comfortable IMO) were advertised as low as $600 on a Christmas flyer. They usually retail closer to $900.

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Reciprocating saw - no worries! LOL
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The original jackknife sofa in my coach fit out through my 24 inch wide entry door.
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