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Old 10-19-2021, 08:31 PM   #1
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Hello. Looking at floor plans and I was curious about moving furniture. Preference is for the L shape sofa and a recliner. Not a fan of the large booths either, it’s just two people. I know I can remove the booth, but can a sofa be slid down the slide out to fit a small recliner in by the wall before the bedroom? Pushing the sofa towards the front of the coach. Maybe enough for a recliner and a small table between the two?
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With no knowledge about how your furniture is secured, my first answer would be yes. However you need to make sure that the J sofa does not run into a problem when both slides are in. I would hate to make the change and find out I could not move about the coach when the slide are in.
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Should be doable but you should do a bit of measuring first and consider a few potential problems.

1. With the sofa moved forward will there be enough room between the extended side of the sofa and the kitchen counter to pass thru quickly, in the dark, when the coach is on fire?
2. As mentioned how much space is available with everything retracted and the same scenario?
3. How is the site angle to the TV from the new sofa position?
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