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Old 04-06-2015, 12:23 PM   #1
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Class A sofa swap.....

Class A sofa swap, problems , fixes , and ideas

or new excursion has a less than comfortable sofa..
as did our Fr3,,,

on the FR3 I swapped it out... it was on the slide... problem was it was too high after we did it and felt like a barber chair...
there were no legs to remove...
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so on to the excursion...

I find that there are a few 68 -69'' x 36''(max width it can be)wall hugger sofa's

problem now , concern is the fabric???

doen't it need to match the interior already???

I don't want it to look like a yard sell in my garage,.. or the clearance section at the furniture store....


this is what we have
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....doen't it need to match the interior already???

I don't want it to look like a yard sell in my garage,.. or the clearance section at the furniture store....

Just change out both the sofa and the dinette with new pieces, (with matching color-coordinated fabric).
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Just change both the sofa and the dinette with new matching color-coordinated fabric.
lol it's that easy ...
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We removed the sofa from our Challenger, which was very uncomfortable and custom ordered a power reclining love seat from Lambright's in Indiana. The new love seat fit perfectly in the curbside slideout and is far more comfortable than what we had. Also, Lambright's matched the material (leather) perfectly. We are very satisfied with the quality and workmanship.

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We removed the sofa from our Challenger, which was very uncomfortable and custom ordered a power reclining love seat from Lambright's in Indiana. The new love seat fit perfectly in the curbside slideout and is far more comfortable than what we had. Also, Lambright's matched the material (leather) perfectly. We are very satisfied with the quality and workmanship.

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so when doing this does it have to match the dinette????

when someone else does it do you say wow that looks great!!!

but think, that's looks horrible .. it doesn't match the dinette???

do just go for an accent color.... or is it better to just leave it...
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I was looking at this set up ,, turned out great
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so when doing this does it have to match the dinette????
when someone else does it do you say wow that looks great!!!
but think, that's looks horrible .. it doesn't match the dinette???
do just go for an accent color.... or is it better to just leave it...
When I replaced my couch. I was happy with it and don't really care what anyone else thinks about it.
Nor do I judge what others do to their RV.
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I would only be concerned about selling or trading it, so keep the furniture you take out of the moho and store it. Put it back to the original decor before selling or trading.

Now, go get that bright purple sofa you know you want.

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When I replaced my couch. I was happy with it and don't really care what anyone else thinks about it.
Nor do I judge what others do to their RV.
sometimes it helps to get ideas, and sudjestions

glad we feel the same though
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I would only be concerned about selling or trading it, so keep the furniture you take out of the moho and store it. Put it back to the original decor before selling or trading.

Now, go get that bright purple sofa you know you want.

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that's what I did with the FR3
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I was looking at this set up ,, turned out great
I'm glad you like it. Those are my pics. And that cheesy table has been replaced, too...



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Just an observation, but from your pics it seems that there might not be enough space between your sofa and dinette for reclining without blocking the walkway. Be sure to take careful measurements of the furniture fully reclined to see how much space is needed.

Also, even the wall-away type need to be 5-6" or so away from the wall, so take that into consideration as well.
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