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shadows4

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Posted: 09/09/21 06:18pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Well things didn't go as planned. Only got one of the swivel recliners and ended up paying $50 for it. It will work for awhile. I believe we will end up with the Rec Pro in the end. Thanks guys.


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Posted: 10/11/21 08:23am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I have the Double Recliner RV Sofa by RecPro, it's very easy to install as each recliner has 2 parts. The color matches the interior of my RV very well, the seats are very soft and comfortable.

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We have the RecPro theater seating recliners. About 4 years now. We like them much better than the OEM sofa bed.

But if I was going to replace them I would look long and hard at other solutions. The fabric on one, in just one area, is delaminating. Started after we had them for around 3 years. No, the dog did not do that. Also not sun damage, because we keep the blinds closed always during storage. All other areas are fine, and that is the one I sit on, so maybe my hair oil may have been a factor. Maybe cover the backs with blankets?

When we got them the recliner mechanisms needed a lot of adjustment. Of course I had them already installed in the tight quarters of the fifth wheel before realizing that. I wished I had fully assembled them outside, done all the adjustments, and then removed the backs to go through the door. To this day the recliners are difficult to snap down, especially for my wife.

They really looked nice when new.
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Deteriorating pleather.
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Bob Vaughn

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Posted: 10/12/21 08:12am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I was so disappointed in my Rec Pro purchase. Because of knee replacement Amy reclinersnd covid 19 I was not able to use my recliners for over a year. When I was able to finally get my RV back on the road I saw after 2 weeks one of my recliner head rests was starting to peel. I contacted Rec Pro but because it had been over a year I was shown no consideration.....my advice stay away from Rec Pro..

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OP'er here. We ended up going with the RecPro manual reclining love seat. So far very happy with our purchase. Seems to be a good value for the money.

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