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Old 09-03-2014, 11:24 AM   #21659
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That sure is a pretty coach! Let me know what your experience is with Bradd & Hall. We are thinking of ordering recliners from them.
We have had a lot of experience with B&H. They installed our Samsung refer & stacked W/D last year. About 2 months ago we picked up a recliner from them and I love it.

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There is a 3" narrower version.

If you order and have it delivered, you don't pay sales tax, if you pick up you do.
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Old 09-03-2014, 12:28 PM   #21660
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This morning, my body was up and out of bed by 7....I went to let a client's dog out, it was pouring rain and huge thunder boomers, lightening everywhere, I was worried the dog wouldn't do it's job out in the rain.... no worries there now.... but then because it was so drear outside while nature was working hard on her rainbow.... I went back to bed and then subsequently overslept! Almost time to head there again for the second time today! That's my story and I'm stickin to it! Was supposed to get the Miata inspected... but slept too long today, it will have to wait until tomorrow! Poor Boib.Gotta get the inspection done before it gets it's tags.... he gets to wait another day before he can drive it to work providing it doesn't rain.... still looking for someone to replace the top.
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Old 09-03-2014, 12:46 PM   #21661
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Hi Marty - I can't believe Bob is standing by on the inspection... I would be beside myself if I had a new toy and had to wait... been about a week already right?? He has the patience of a saint. Lol. I'd be nutz by now.

Was that the new top in the passenger seat?
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I was told the Miata was driven by those who wanted a Viper but couldn't afford the $200K.





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The sign plainly said - Please Do Not Feed the Fish....

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Old 09-03-2014, 01:35 PM   #21664
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Hi Marty - I can't believe Bob is standing by on the inspection... I would be beside myself if I had a new toy and had to wait... been about a week already right?? He has the patience of a saint. Lol. I'd be nutz by now.

Was that the new top in the passenger seat?
Yes. He is the most patient person... however, he could take the day off himself and get it inspected and registered.... as it is, all our vehicles and house are in my name ...vehicles are because he doesn't want to take the day off and go stand in line.... and house because day before the signing party when we moved here, he fell off the~ 12ft. high loft in our garage and hit the cement floor, breaking off the hook piece that holds the forearm bones in his elbow.
He will be disappointed I overslept. inspection station close to here only open until noon....
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Old 09-03-2014, 01:41 PM   #21665
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We have had a lot of experience with B&H. They installed our Samsung refer & stacked W/D last year. About 2 months ago we picked up a recliner from them and I love it.

Recliner

There is a 3" narrower version.

If you order and have it delivered, you don't pay sales tax, if you pick up you do.
Those are the exact recliners we're interested in, and in the two sizes! We want to order them in the same ultraleather color that's on the couch we are replacing. I hate the jackknife couch - recliners are much more comfy.

Thanks for the great information. I love that mutants are so helpful.
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I was told the Miata was driven by those who wanted a Viper but couldn't afford the $200K.

Or the exhilaration of driving what was once (if memory serves) the fastest production car of the day... something the Miata was never confused with. Not that there's anything wrong with that...
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Those are the exact recliners we're interested in, and in the two sizes! We want to order them in the same ultraleather color that's on the couch we are replacing. I hate the jackknife couch - recliners are much more comfy.

Thanks for the great information. I love that mutants are so helpful.
They are NOT light. They come in at about 95# for the larger one. I really hated our jackknife also. Don't miss it one bit. If you are replacing a 72" jackknife see if you can get information on the weight. I'm guessing that the 2 recliners could way as much as 50# more than the jackknife...that is according to the dudes that took my jackknife out. LOL

We really like the Ultraleather too. So far it appears to be easy to keep clean.
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Well... he put an opal on his Christmas list last year...LOL I don't know, I just see that it was a red convertable that looks sporty... in other words... his new midlife crisis mistress...
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Well... he put an opal on his Christmas list last year...LOL I don't know, I just see that it was a red convertable that looks sporty... in other words... his new midlife crisis mistress...
This one is nice... I think the Miata may be the better choice for MLC... (Mid Life Crisis - not to be confused with Mutant Life Crisis)
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NO, this Opal silly!

Just kiddin... lol... I am a man of a certain age - and remember the GT... they were fun cars... :-)
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I had a similar crisis when I was forty. I bought a Corvette and it only lasted one road trip Sault Ste Marie Ontario to Pontiac Silverdome and return.

I learned the location of every roadside rest area between those two points and the Corvette was gone by the following Friday.

The MI interstates at 75 in a 'vette are kidney killers.
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