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Old 04-20-2007, 09:13 PM   #1
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Rear chairs storage while in transit

The 27L has the two chairs in the rear. The slide does not have enough room at the rear to accomidate leaving them in the normal position so I have to pull them to the door while in transit. As the rear of the trailer normally recieves the brunt of the bounce I was curious what precautions others take to insure the Chairs dont damage the coach, floor, or the chairs themselves.

We're Heading out this weekend for the third time so far this spring. I think that was the how many times we went all last year. It's something how a new rig can bring back the thrill of camping.

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Old 04-22-2007, 09:22 PM   #2
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You might see if you can locate a couple of moving blankets... those heavy lined quilted things they throw over furniture. Draped over the two chairs, I think the weight would stabilize them whereever you place them while in transit.

I did notice a FR trailer with a similar layout at the RV show last week... it had two small d-rings attached to the floor with a strap to tie the chairs down. Don't know that I'd like the rings, but if you covered that section of floor in front of the door with a mat, it might work.
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