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Old 04-17-2017, 06:35 PM   #1
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Pass through storage/zero gravity chairs

I have a 27rkss that I am trying to organize a little better. For now I have our two zero gravity chairs in their but they take up a ton of room. Where does everyone keep theirs? I really want to keep them loaded so I don't forget them(yep I did it). I bought some plastic tubes today but just cant figure out how I want to arrange everything.
Thanks in advance for your help!
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Old 04-17-2017, 06:43 PM   #2
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I built a shelf to hold chairs
Can access from either side
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Old 04-18-2017, 06:25 PM   #3
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I hadn't thought about building a shelf. Do you have pictures you would want to share?
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To much stuff in way.....Mine uses 4 aluminum angle legs that bolt to overhead floor joists, then 2 more angle lenths covering the width, bolted to legs, then 3/4" x 3" wood slates spanning the 2 width angles, bolted to the width angles..,
The legs that bolt to overhead floor joists keep the floor of storage area clear....Shelf only needs to hang down for what you want to store on it
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We lay our zero gravity chairs on our queen bed. We use an old blanket to protect the bed cover. They never move around. I suppose the memory foam topper on the bed probably helps with that.
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Can those chairs be made to fold down any?
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Old 04-19-2017, 03:47 PM   #7
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Why don't zero gravity chairs simply float to the ceiling? Sorry, I couldn't resist.
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Might have something to do with 'lead'....?
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0 gravity chairs

Since they are not true zero gravity, and therefore do not float freely in the tt, we transport them in the tow vehicle along with all the kayak stuff and the family hound.
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My zero gravity chair lives in a storage bag I purchased from CW and it rides on top of my queen bed when traveling. The storage bag keeps the bed clean and dry and the chair never moves around on the bed. There is enough room in the storage bag for 2 chairs but since it is just me, I only have 1 in there. It is easier for me to move the chair in/out of the TT while in the bag as it has handles so I am not being pinched and the chair doesn't fall open when I try and move it.
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