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Old 09-15-2019, 05:27 PM   #1
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Thomas Payne Furniture

I am in the process of searching for new furniture to replace the Flexsteel furniture in my motorhome. I have found what I think would work and that is the Thomas Payne collection heritage series destination trifold sofa. It would replace the L sofa in my Bounder 35K which is peeling and uncomfortable to sleep in. It appears after researching it that it would fit in the place where my sofa is now and still would be able to open the half bath door when the slide is closed. Has anybody had any experience with this company
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Of course comfortable is a personal thing. We had an "L" sofa in our rig and we hated it for a variety of reasons. We sat in the brand you are looking at and although it was comfortable from the seat part, the back of the sofa was still sooooo low that there was no support. The other thing for me, not so much for wife, is that the cushions were so short I felt like half of my rear end hung off the front of the seat.

We ended up going with a Lazyboy sofa that had recliners on both ends. 3 months before this purchase we replaced the euro recliner (horrible as well) with a Lazyboy recliner. Now that we've had the new furniture, so glad we did it.
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