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Old 04-13-2015, 09:31 AM   #11
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According to our dealer setting them back to back by the door and using the strap and chair cover is the best way they have them stored for travel. He recommends putting something under the chairs while move them so as to not hurt the flooring. We tried it that way when we left, a little cumbersome trying to step over them to get to control panel, but seems to work well. Only time will tell.

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Old 04-15-2015, 05:12 PM   #12
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I have a 2012 29 RLDS, I turn them so the backs are aginst the small middle table and use a bungee cord around both to hold them together and then run the slide in and put a pillow between the chair and the slide.

My friends Dutchman with the rear lounge come with straps and hooks to secure the chairs in place,
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Old 04-15-2015, 06:22 PM   #13
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Jayco must have listened, ours has a floor hook beneath each rocker with a strap.
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Old 04-15-2015, 06:31 PM   #14
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We have floor hooks also, but don't use them. Don't tie down dinning room chairs either; thou we only take two with us.

In the interest of full disclosure we don't have either chair in the rear that came with the trailer. Street side is either empty or has dog crate. Curb side has a recliner with a separate leg/foot rest. Don't tie either down and have not had a problem.

We don't travel on really bad roads, mostly secondary roads or the interstate if necessary.
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Old 07-08-2015, 01:33 PM   #15
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. The only way to stow that chair is to turn it around so the back narrow part of the chair clears the slide. Thats fine because the slide holds it in position, but what do I do with the other one to keep it from bouncing around and rubbing on the table/walls? Any 26RLS or 27RLS owners out there that can enlighten me?
First of all, thank goodness Jayco engineered the 27RLS TT differently than my 26RLS TT by eliminating the U shaped table and giving more room at the rear to store that chair in place . Sounds like you have a solution now with one of the other folks recommending using part of a noodle to protect each side of the table. I don't have that option in mine as there is not enough room to store the offending chair in place even turning it sideways in my rig. Both chairs have to be back to back at the main door thus blocking that door during travel. Beyond that as I have said before.. absolutely love my rig.

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