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Old 04-06-2012, 02:33 PM   #15
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ID:	19696I wanted to give a update on the furniture I ordered from Discount Van Truck, LTD. It arrived two weeks prior to when it was supposed to be shipped, It is someone I would highly recommend for someone wanting to replace cushions or buy furniture from. They were as Taz said very prompt. Enclosed you will see the cushions that they made in leather to match the sofa that they also made. Quality in every way. Shipping was at a great price as well.
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In our 2000 DSDP we got a LazyBoy rocker/recliner to put in. Drove the MH to the warehouse, boy was the delivery person surprised when he offered to help me load it! We did have them remove the standard base and put a round, swivel base on.
Now may wife is thinking she wants to remove the couch in our present DSDP and replace it with two chairs. LazyBoy is having a sale tomorrow.
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Wow, that couch & dinette seats look great!
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Thanks for the update , Bruce. They do look great.
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Hey Bruce. One more thing. How difficult was it to get the old one out and the new one in and what type of soda is it( scissor, sleeper it recliner ) ?
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Those look excellent!
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Cliff, No problem getting the old one out, I folded both the old and the new one into the flat position [as a bed] and out they came. The new one has removable arms so no clearance problems there. Very easy and the weight is nothing to be concerned about. What I like there easier to keep clean [leather] instead of fabric. The new one does fold to make into a bed Cliff. The frame is far better than the original couch, very strong. I'm quite pleased. A great place to deal with.
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Cliff, No problem getting the old one out, I folded both the old and the new one into the flat position [as a bed] and out they came. The new one has removable arms so no clearance problems there. Very easy and the weight is nothing to be concerned about. What I like there easier to keep clean [leather] instead of fabric. The new one does fold to make into a bed Cliff. The frame is far better than the original couch, very strong. I'm quite pleased. A great place to deal with.
The new furniture looks great! I did a double take when I saw the pictures, it's exactly the same colors we have!

You'll find the ultraleather is really low maintenance and really easy to clean.

I'm glad it all worked out so well for you.
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jimkate, I appreciate your heads up on your prior post. They must have changed things around there. Kicked some butt. They were great and very fast on the build and shipping. I was shocked when the shipping company called. We must have good taste Jim. on the colors. I agree on the ultra leather, driver and passenger seats are ultra leather very easy to clean. Thanks again Jim. Safe travels.
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My wife and I reupholstered all of our fabric covered furniture in UltraLeather (including the captain’s chairs) a couple of years ago and it is holding up very well. We are full timers so it gets a lot more use than usual.

Note that UltraLeather is a polyurethane product and should be cleaned with a mild detergent and water or a non alcohol based cleaner such as 409.

You can see cleaning instructions HERE.

We also replaced the foam in the dinette cushions with a high quality denser foam
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We don't look for, or normally buy, "RV" furniture. When the term RV is attached to it, the price goes up. Last week we bought an all leather rocker recliner from Sams. It is much more comfortable than the OEM RV Flexsteel chair that it replaced. Recovered half the cost of the new chair by selling the Flexsteel on Craig's List.
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Looks great Brue. I am glad you gave them a chance. I almost didnt order from discountvanand truck bassed on some of the others bad experiences. Wealways hear all the bad but not always the good. For the price i don't think you can beat them and I too love the quality.

Great pics. Good idea doing the dinette... We now want to replace the flexsteel couch on the opposite wall. Maybe next winter. Time to stop the projects and go camping.
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