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Old 12-08-2007, 04:49 PM   #1
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I am looking to replace the J-lounger in my 2005 Adventurer 38R. It just doesn't sleep well for our 6'3" 15 year old, so we want to do something different.

I have found the Flexsteel Sleep Theater Seating units with the fold out bed and recliner. Anyone here have one? Opinions?

Below is a link to the unit I am looking at.......

http://www.glastop.com/rv/flexsteel-sleep-theater.php

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I am looking to replace the J-lounger in my 2005 Adventurer 38R. It just doesn't sleep well for our 6'3" 15 year old, so we want to do something different.

I have found the Flexsteel Sleep Theater Seating units with the fold out bed and recliner. Anyone here have one? Opinions?

Below is a link to the unit I am looking at.......

http://www.glastop.com/rv/flexsteel-sleep-theater.php

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Old 12-09-2007, 02:35 AM   #3
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You might want to contact FLexsteel and ask them for the nearest dealer that has one in stock. Then you can go try it out with your son. Flexsteel makes a lot of furniture for this industry and is pretty decent; I prefer the Villa furniture for myself. Good luck and keep us posted on the progress you make.
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My 1989 Pace Arrow had a great Flex steel sofa that folded out and presented a sleeping area that was oriented front to rear and really comfortable(I am nowhere near as long as your son but he has a problem anywhere he sleeps)My '04 Southwind sofa is a very bad joke to sleep on but pretty decent to sit on!-Guess you can't have it both ways.
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We ordered the high end electric Flexsteel sofa for our 04 Lapalma. What a joke. It is the overstuffed design and folds out to make a roller coaster bed. If I can't find a suitable replacement, I'll strip this down to the frame and rebuild it.
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