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Old 05-14-2014, 09:28 AM   #11
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Yes, the cushions are plush but firm enough not to bottom out after sitting on them for a while. They also make a decent ottoman for the couch too. :-)
On our 321RLTS we have no wiggle of the table,guess my dealer took care of that at prep as they provided a bungee that we lace thru the chair legs traveling.
we had a booth when we had a winnie MH and allways hated it and really like the table/chairs
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Old 05-14-2014, 10:20 AM   #12
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That's awesome Quahog. I will be surprising my DW with one of these!
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Old 05-14-2014, 12:13 PM   #13
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That's awesome Quahog. I will be surprising my DW with one of these!
Oh and I should mention that it holds a lot of junk like shoes, dog toys, leashes, or whatever while you're actually camping.
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On our 321RLTS we have no wiggle of the table,guess my dealer took care of that at prep as they provided a bungee that we lace thru the chair legs traveling.
we had a booth when we had a winnie MH and allways hated it and really like the table/chairs
Thanks Poohbear. Our friends have the table and chairs in their camper and I found them to be much more comfortable when sharing a meal. I'm trying to get a few quotes now... still kicking myself for not spending the extra $500 to buy it when I ordered the trailer.
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Old 05-14-2014, 08:17 PM   #15
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We also have the table and 4 chairs and find the chairs very comfortable. the ability to move the chairs nice when you have to ad more seating with guests in the living room area. Table wobble we had was eliminated by tightening the screws into the floor, just have to pop off the wooden plugs. Enough storage elsewhere that didn't find a need for more. We wrap a bungee around one of each chair legs and the table pedestal, no movement.
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I'm pretty much sold on the comfort aspect. Losing the under-the-seat storage is a con because we keep things like bottled water and other stuff there but I think we can find alternatives. I'm in the process of obtaining quotes now but it isn't cheap. Cost may turn out to be the deciding factor in whether or not we do the upgrade. Wish me luck!
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Old 05-16-2014, 06:56 AM   #17
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Well, I bit the bullet yesterday and ordered the complete set from Jayco Parts Direct (aka Valley RV in WA). They gave me the best price and even worked with me to reduce it further. Now the wait... estimated ship date for parts is June 5. Wish me luck in the switch-out.
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New question: For you guys with the standalone dinette set... on our current setup, we have an electric receptacle that's mounted facing inside under the seat nearest the sofa. Once I remove the existing seat frames, I'll have to find a good spot for this receptacle.

Where is this located and how is it mounted on your trailer?
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We have a surface mount receptacle box on the wall close to the floor. You can see part of the box in the pic of our table.
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Ours is mounted on/in the wall itself.
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