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Old 01-16-2011, 05:19 PM   #1
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Jayflight 33rls G2 just bought a 2011

Just bought a Jayflight 33rls G2 2011 at Pennslyvania RV show today. I really feel I got a good show price and they are installing a Reese dual cam sway bar and techosha brake controller. We are siked. please if anybody has this model give me some advise.
I plan on putting my own reclining chair inside with all the room inside due to the two slides...most ne recliners the chair backs come off so I am hopeful to get a recliner in my new trailer...
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Old 01-17-2011, 07:45 AM   #2
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Recline the chair fully to get it through the door...
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Old 01-17-2011, 08:33 AM   #3
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We put two recliners in our 330. They are close but that is not really a problem. We found the couches to be uncomfortable . Check the slides when extended and see if they go out as far as they should. We have been living in ours for about a week now. Lazy Boy recliners have a removeable back and are easy to bring in.
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anyone have the model number of the lazy boy recliners you put in? I'd like to look at those models and see the dimensions. I have a 24 inch door opening to get through and I want to put two in also.
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By the way, anyone looking for Lazyboy recliners, Turners Furniture is having a two for one sale now. Thats a pretty good deal!
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Old 01-28-2011, 12:34 AM   #6
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We bought Lazy Boys and one is a wall hugger the other is a rocker. You really need to measure the space you have in the trailer. Ours are fairly close together. Just be sure and use your tape measure. There is not enough room for full sized recliners.
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Well, just bought 2 lazy boy recliners that are about 22 inches from the floor to the top of the armrest. They should go through the door with an inch or so to spare by turning them on their side. They want get delivered for a couple weeks as I"m having swivel bases put on them also. Should be fun, and comfortable. They are no bigger than the two chairs there already so should fit fine. I can pull them out if needed to recline all the way back. Probably want be doing much of that anyway.
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*envious* Joe, if we didn't have grandkids that tagged along with us thus needing the bunkhouse, we would've loved to have your set-up with the recliners! Hope you enjoy many years traveling and relaxing in your Jayco!
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Congrats.... nice trailer
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By the way, anyone looking for Lazyboy recliners, Turners Furniture is having a two for one sale now. Thats a pretty good deal!
Buy them with the condition that they deliver them to the RV... then it is their problem to get them installed...:hihi:
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