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Old 01-17-2014, 10:59 AM   #11
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Or there's forgetting the couch and putting in some nice chairs? Like the ones you can get from Ikea?

Looking at your floorplan, if it's not the height of the door that's restricting you, you could remove part of the dinette to give you some room around that corner?
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Old 01-17-2014, 11:30 AM   #12
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I know the jacknife sofas can be taken apart. I am planing to do a mod this spring where I raise up the arms on mine because I hate it having no arms. (I know how to do this because of running an upholstory business for a few years) I may remove the whole sofa as it will be easier to work on. I will post some photos of the drama when I am done.
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Most love seats or couches with reclining features have removable backs. Lazy boy chairs also have this feature on most models. On some you can remove the feet depending on the couch, then it s game of angles from there. Bring a tape measure with you.

That's if you want household furniture of course. If you want RV specific then like mentioned above some disassemble.
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Thanks people for the suggestions! But one thing I wont do is removing a slide!! That seams more of a hassle then I want to deal with!!!
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Thanks people for the suggestions! But one thing I wont do is removing a slide!! That seams more of a hassle then I want to deal with!!!
Sort of like pulling the engine to change the spark plugs?
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Sort of like pulling the engine to change the spark plugs?
hahahahahaha you got it bud
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I have several slide removal tools at home if anyone wants to borrow one. Also have some oceanfront property in Arizona for sale.
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Sort of like pulling the engine to change the spark plugs?
You must have owned a Chevy Monza..
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Funny you all mentioned pulling the motor - At our work site in Maricopa AZ the night crew guy would pull his volkwagon engine alot and work/clean on the work bench inside the shop haha... Apparently it was an easy thing to do...
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Funny you all mentioned pulling the motor - At our work site in Maricopa AZ the night crew guy would pull his volkwagon engine alot and work/clean on the work bench inside the shop haha... Apparently it was an easy thing to do...
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