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Old 12-01-2021, 12:05 PM   #21
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+1 for Lambright. Custom ordered in March and picked up in August.

https://lambrightcomfortchairllc.com
Wow! I need the same exact furniture, that is gorgeous. Any chance you could tell me how much it's going to set me back?
 
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Is this the "Novovequatz (sp) vintage tufted velvet split futon in gray"? Has a split back and can become a bed. It appears you have it in the rear of your camper that seems similar to our 3611 with narrow shelves on each end. Also, think your camper is 96" wide on the outside. My measurements of ours indicates the present couch is 78.5" long (my measurement may be off! Have not remeasured again since it is in storage one hour away. What difficulty did you have placing it in the camper especially thru the door. Comments will be greatly appreciated. Thanks,
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Wow! I need the same exact furniture, that is gorgeous. Any chance you could tell me how much it's going to set me back?
I don't want to give an exact price because they're made to order and I negotiated a small discount with Vernon. But I will tell you that they are Lambright Harrison RV Theater Seats and Harrison Sleeper Sofa. The material is Ultraleather and the color name/code is Toro 291-1334.
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Is this the "Novovequatz (sp) vintage tufted velvet split futon in gray"? Has a split back and can become a bed. It appears you have it in the rear of your camper that seems similar to our 3611 with narrow shelves on each end. Also, think your camper is 96" wide on the outside. My measurements of ours indicates the present couch is 78.5" long (my measurement may be off! Have not remeasured again since it is in storage one hour away. What difficulty did you have placing it in the camper especially thru the door. Comments will be greatly appreciated. Thanks,
It's this one. https://www.walmart.com/ip/Better-Ho...6?athbdg=L1600

Comes in a box folded in half and partially assembled. Goes right through the door with no issues whatsoever. It too is 78.5" long. I attached the legs to the floor with L brackets.
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Old 12-02-2021, 07:51 AM   #25
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I don't want to give an exact price because they're made to order and I negotiated a small discount with Vernon. But I will tell you that they are Lambright Harrison RV Theater Seats and Harrison Sleeper Sofa. The material is Ultraleather and the color name/code is Toro 291-1334.
Thank you, I'll give them a call.
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Old 12-03-2021, 10:25 PM   #26
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we bought our 2015 3582RL in June 2021 and the "leather" recliners and sofa bed were beginning to peel. That turned into a full out shedding with the recliners. We wanted vinyl or leather, due to the pets that travel with us and liked the black color. we did not want powered since we do a lot of overnight boondocking on the road. It was difficult finding anything remotely available.

After a lot of searching, we ordered a "KVK PU Reclining Console Loveseat, Upholstered Sofa Recliner Chair, Manual Reclining Home Theater Seating with Storage Console Cup Holder, Arm Chair for Living Room Bedroom, Black Loveseat"

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09HPWSBHP...roduct_details

It arrived in four boxes that will easily fit through the 5er door and looks to be of decent quality. 5er is currently in the shop for some repairs, so we won't actually get them installed for a couple of weeks. Will update my evaluation then.
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Old 12-07-2021, 11:14 AM   #27
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Okay, another question, how hard is it to remove old furniture?? Have the theater seats and the couch. Think, if need be, to just take out piece by piece if necessary. Also, how wide is the door? Thanks for all the very helpful info.
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Old 12-07-2021, 01:36 PM   #28
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Standard RV door width is 22 inches. The couch back pulls right off the base so you can cart both pieces out separately. Theater seats are a three-piece deal that easily unbolt so you can cart each piece out separately as well.
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My problem is my chairs are in the back in front of the window. I turn them sideways for the slides to come in. That leaves 33 inches max - better to be safe with 32 inches. It gets hard to find any chairs that width. Anyone have any other suggestions?
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We have the same issue with the chairs in the back and we have to turn them to get the slides in. The two recliners we bought from RecPro work just fine. They are light weight also and easy to maneuver. We have a 29" door so we had no trouble removing the old recliners and jackknife sofa. The new furniture we assembled inside the trailer so no issues there.
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Have probably settled on RECPRO since they list a lot of measurements and videos.
Hopefully, one last question: How or do you attach furniture to the floor of the slide. I know some have screwed "L" shaped metal brackets to furniture "legs". But what size/type screws used and is there anything else to be aware of. Have carpet under the furniture. Assume you should not use screws that go completely thru the slideout floor!! Trying to think of everything before ordering. Thanks again for your patience and understanding. This has turned into a real project!!
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We haven't anchored the couch or the recliners. As I said before the recliners we need to turn to let the slides in so can't anchor those. The couch seems to be fine and has not moved at all in transit. We've only done one trip since putting it in, but don't think we'll have an issue. The couch is sitting on the same slide as the dining table and chairs. The table is anchored. For screws just make sure that the screws are not to long and penetrate the plywood underlay.
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I've been in, under, around, and on top of several different brands of RV's. I'd guess less than 1/4 have the furniture lagged to the floor save the pedestal for the dining table. If you feel the need and your current furniture is attached to the flooring just use what was removed. Most Montana's have right at 1/2" flooring which won't matter if you are securing say a couch across the rear, but it will make a difference screwing into a slide out floor. By the time you allow for carpet and theater seat framework thickness you're looking at maybe a 5/8" screw.

By the way, you'll be happy with RecPro's products, packaging, shipping, and service, Their stuff looks good and is comfortable. Your project aside from choosing what you wanted is really straight forward. Remove the old furniture in pieces ... bring in the new furniture in pieces ... enjoy.
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Finally, visited the camper in storage to measure door. It is 28" wide. Measured several times to make sure. The furniture is not anchored to floor! Never had a problem.
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