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Old 06-18-2016, 04:03 PM   #1
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Question RV remodel

I have decided to spruce up my 2005 BT Cruiser instead of trading it in. I love the floorplan and everything works, for now. But would like to change out the dinette for a desk/table combination as well as replace the sleeper sofa and flooring. Any recommendations of companies to use? What about Coach Supply Direct?
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I took out a booth, left the table and bought 2 chairs from Costco that worked well. I replaced the sleeper/sofa w/ 2 stressless chairs, which I really like. They were small enough to get in the door. I had to replace the carpet on the slide and found a carpet guy who, using my old carpet as a template cut the new to match and bound one edge. I tacked the carpet down (slide only) using a pneumatic staple gun.

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Old 06-19-2016, 07:44 PM   #3
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Many larger RV's have wider doors than older travel trailers. And regular furniture can be used.

I'd be looking at furniture stores for what suits your needs.

My fifth wheel came with two leather wallhugger recliners and a dinette. I deleted them on my order and got a SuperSofa--a leather loveseat wallhugger recliner with a right hand and a left hand recliners. It's 12' of heavenly seating.

We eat outside most time when camping, but carry a card table and 4 chairs if we need to eat inside.
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