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Old 01-12-2014, 11:34 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by dkottum View Post
Our side lounge was different because this is a front dinette model, furnace is opposite the sink, inverter is there, and a shorter lounge to accommodate a larger bath.
That looks fantastic... it reeeaaally makes me want to pull the couch out of mine.

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Old 01-13-2014, 05:12 PM   #16
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AARGGH! I was hoping to not be tempted into doing this BIG mod to my 28' Intl Sig, but Doug's photo is the last straw. I have the VERY uncomfortable (but quite attractive) L seat sofa. My biggest issue that under the shorter "L" leg is my breaker panel, my water heater, subwoofer and inverter. While I can move the subwoofer and inverter, the other "stuff" is permanently fixed. Curious as to whether anyone else with my floor plan has done this. If not, I may be the first to give it a shot. Even my basset hounds don't much like the L seat, and I know they'd LOVE those great lounge chairs....because they love the la-z-boys at home.

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Old 01-13-2014, 06:08 PM   #17
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We have the 27' FB Eddie Bauer, and are ready to get rid of all 3 couches. Just too uncomfortable for fulltime or long periods of time. I would highly recommend this thread to anyone :-)

So in doing our homework, we wanted:
- Wall Hugger Recliner. This slides forward and only needs 2.5 inches of clearance to lay back
- 26 inches. Comfortable without out being to small or too big
- Swivel. We want to be able to rotate and look out the back hatch / door

We kept coming back to the Lambright Comfort Chairs that meet the above requirements. We called the manufacturer today to ask questions... for example, they also make a 24" wide one. While this would be great for the 5' wife, I rather sacrifice the space and go with 2 of the 27" versions.

They are sending a color sample, however we are leaning towards a color like Doug's. Also getting the side tables. The sales rep at Lambright (Vernon) is even sending us color samples for free. The turn around time is 3 weeks once you order.

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Old 01-19-2014, 10:14 AM   #18
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I have the 2010 30' Flying Cloud with recliners and I love them. People who come to visit always ask about a couch, but I like being able to swivel and put my feet up and recline. Works fine for foot massages, too.

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