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Old 07-24-2010, 02:09 PM   #1
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Hello From Ontario Canada

Hello Everyone, We bought a 2000 National Dolphin last summer. We love it, but the furniture needs to be replaced. We are hoping to replace it with the same pattern and style, but we cannot find anything anywhere. We have gone to all the RV Surplus stores in Indiana with no luck. Does anyone have an idea where the furniture ended up after National RV closed? Thanks, Mike & Debbie

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Welcome aboard, RV Lovers!

RV manufacturers don't stock a lot of furnture, so its probably long gone. They get it made as needed, by companies such as Flexsteel for the driver/passenger seats and their own cabinet shop for the built in furnishings. Upholstery is typically contracted to local shops, using materials bought in bulk rolls by the factory. It was hard enough to get replacement pieces when they were in business (we had a 2002 Dolphin), so now I expect it is nigh impossible.

Most any local upholstery shop can redo your dinette seating, and any free standing piece too.

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Old 07-24-2010, 09:31 PM   #3
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Thanks Gary. I was afraid that would be the answer. Mike
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