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Old 08-31-2020, 03:39 PM   #1
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RecPro Sleeper Sofa

I am thinking of buying a RecPro sleeper sofa to replace the original flexsteel sofa my MH. If you have purchased RecPro what is your opinion Of RecPro quality and comfort? Any idea where I can find one to actually sit on one to see how I like it?
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I replaced one in our 5'er with the recpro and it seemed to be very good quality. It slept very well and was an actual hide bed not a tri-fold. I can't attest to longevity because we sold it shortly afterward.
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Old 08-31-2020, 04:03 PM   #3
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We bought two Rec Pro recliners. I am a big guy 6-2. 230#. They are okay, but mine has not held up as well as I had hoped.

I was in the Elkhart area, and went to their store. They have lots on the display store for you to try. They negotiated the price since I was on location and had no freight. They wouldn’t install them, but they did load them and put them together in place.
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Just received my recliner/rocker chair about an hour ago; although the trip-fold couch is missing Real easy to assemble and set up inside the MH; super comfortable. Looking forward to getting the couch to see how that feels as well; then we plan on getting the dinette set and call it a day....
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We purchased a RecPro Recliner sofa with a center console and installed it in our previous RV. We LOVED it. It was well made and comfortable. They shipped it quickly. We would seriously consider buying another product from them.
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Just received the couch from another truck! Only took a few minutes to get it into the MH and assemble it. Really nice! The tri-fold extends to 74", gotta love it....so far no complaints at all and the price can't be beat!
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About 9 mo. Ago I took out the J couch and replaced with 2 wall hunger reclines. Very pleased with them and they are holding up very well. I even made one swivel so I could swing it around and watch the TV.
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Early this year we replaced the original hide-a-bed in our previous Newmar MA gasser with a RecPro hide-a-bed. We only used it a few times before upgrading to a DP, but it seemed to be well built, and was very comfortable. Their service and communication was very good.
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Recently replaced sleeper sofa in a Miramer 34.2 with RecPro recliner sofa. This is our second RecPro purchase, first was about 2 years ago in an ACE 29.3 Picked up first purchase in Elkhart, received discount for no freight. Good quality product, good service and follow through from RecPro. You can request fabric samples for color selection. Fabric also available to purchase for covering accessories if needed.





Only place to see product is in Elkhart that I know of.


Here is a video of the most recent install (video quality not the best):


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