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joelc

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Posted: 09/22/20 02:07pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We have a 40' Cameo and the faux furniture is pealing and want to replace it. Anyone replace chairs and couch in their RV with a reasonable good quality unit. The couch bed has only been slept in 1X. Sorry to have to trash it because the fake leather did not hold up. We are looking for 2 recliners and the couch/bed combo if we can.
We are now looking for fabric. ? Microfiber.

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Posted: 09/22/20 02:48pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I have a real leather recliner I bought at Costco for $300. We have to turn it sideways so the slide will clear it when on the move. It also has to be pulled from the wall for full recline which is not a problem for us. Very comfortable, nap-worthy.

Our Carriage furniture also failed.

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Durb wrote:

I have a real leather recliner I bought at Costco for $300. We have to turn it sideways so the slide will clear it when on the move. It also has to be pulled from the wall for full recline which is not a problem for us. Very comfortable, nap-worthy.

Our Carriage furniture also failed.
Don't they all[emoticon] I don't even bother with the Bonded leather anymore I just get Microfiber Recliners and a bonus Cats hate Clawing on them[emoticon]


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Probably no problem replacing anything. but just watch the weight. Much RV furniture is lower quality than home furniture, due to the weight. We have taken out the couch, and replaced with a swing rocker which DW really likes.


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Go to any furniture store and find something you like, it just has to fit through the door. Many of the recliners & couches have removable backs so it's easy to get them in.


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Edd505 wrote:

Go to any furniture store and find something you like, it just has to fit through the door. Many of the recliners & couches have removable backs so it's easy to get them in.
X2 This is exactly what we did and couldn't be happier.

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We've been looking for two chairs to replace our current ones for the last three years or so. Like one poster said, it has to fit thru the door. We've given up. Took our two chairs to an upholstery shop today to have them re cushioned. A lot cheaper than new ones.

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RecPro has an extensive line of RV furniture and a decent reputation:

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We removed our sleeper sofas (in previous fifth wheel and current one) and replaced them with two Ekornes Stressless recliners (pricey, but the only chairs my back will tolerate). We find RV sleeper-sofas to be extremely uncomfortable for either sitting or sitting.

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salem wrote:

We've been looking for two chairs to replace our current ones for the last three years or so. Like one poster said, it has to fit thru the door. We've given up. Took our two chairs to an upholstery shop today to have them re cushioned. A lot cheaper than new ones.
Different parts of the country must have different furniture available. The last 2 5th wheels we have replaced furniture in and had no problem getting furniture thru the door. You may have to remove the backs which is very easy or rotate thru the doorway with the item on it's side. The sofa sleepers I've had to go vertical with and rotate it out the door. We've done recliners very easy ( by myself) and electric reclining leather loveseats that were zero clearance recliners with a neighbor's help. The furniture went thru the door when it went in so I always figure it will go out and new will go in if it is close to the same size. We like the added quality of regular house furniture.

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Can anyone give me brand names and or models or stores or web sites they bought from.

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