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Old 11-17-2020, 08:40 AM   #1
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I have a need to remove a rocker-recliner from my RV.

I know it's attached to the floor, somehow - but, no idea how - or how difficult it might be to remove it. Wondering if any special tools are needed.

Thoughts?
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Usually just a wrench for a hex-head bolt. Since its underneath, a socket wrench is often the easiest.
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Usually just a wrench for a hex-head bolt. Since its underneath, a socket wrench is often the easiest.
Thank you.
I hoped it was this simple ...
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The rocker recliner should come apart as well once it is freed from the floor.
Possible 4 pieces? chair back lift to remove may need tools as well. Each side may require a wrench maybe allen wrench as well
Look up the manufacturer and model on line you may find instructions on how to disassemble

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Once you get it loose from the floor you may be able to turn it on it's side to get out the door.
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ROFL

It wasn't bolted down or anything. It is just heavy - very heavy.

It took 3 of us to wrangle it out the door.
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That is too funny
Any loose change come out

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Heheh, best laugh Ive had in days.
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