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Old 06-13-2003, 03:47 AM   #1
DrivesBGM
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Using Chair Tie Downs in Living Room

This has been discussed somewhat on another thread but I would like to hear from anyone who does not use the provided tiedowns for their recliner/rocker chairs while traveling. Would especailly like to hear from 3655FL owners.

I am tired of moving my chairs around to get them into position to use the tiedowns. It would also be nice to be able to use the chairs during a traveling break. Or to just go out and sit in the rig to read Trailer Life.

Anyone have an opinion they'd like to share? (And I would not consider doing this with a real living room because there is quite a bit of sway and bounce in that area.)


'01 Chevy K3500 Dually 8.1 Allison 4x4 4:10 CC
Towing a '02 Montana 3655FL 5th Wheel
Manassas, Virginia USA
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