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Old 09-21-2015, 07:20 PM   #11
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Good info on the sofa (sorry about detouring thread...). I think I may now understand why sometimes it comes out and sometimes it does not. Have to go play with it.

Will also have to play with the chair positioning... would be very nice to be able to use that door with the slide in. Don't care much for going through a partially open bathroom door and it will save traffic on carpeting.
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Old 04-20-2016, 03:51 PM   #12
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Might be too late for this suggestion. We have the 2604WS with the table and 4 chairs. I position the 2 chairs on the side of the table that faces the front of the RV so that the front legs are over the pedestal and tight up to the table. This allows room behind them for the other 2 chairs. Then I put 1 rocker between the table and sofa. Plenty of room at the rear for the other rocker and lamptable. No need to strap anything down.
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Old 06-06-2016, 04:58 PM   #13
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We just received our 2017. The chairs are HUGE....and heavy! We cannot Figure any other way except to stack them. One chair will not fit in front of the refer. We have tried fitting both chairs side by side....no way.

The vinyl is very thin and was already scuffed from the factory. (They were stacked from the factory.)

This sucks because we bought this trailer after we had seen a 2016. Then we received the trailer with a different chair.

When you tilt the chairs over to stack them, the sharp edges on the feet of the bases dent the floor.
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Croaker, this is how we arrange ours.
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Recliner arrangement
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Sorry, having a tuff time figuring out how to attach a photo.
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Recliner arrangement #2
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Thanks Kaherns.

Good idea! Yours looks very nice. But our floor plan has the couch and fixed dinette.

Our chairs do not recline. They are gigantic swivel rockers.

They are very comfortable once set up. But they are extremely difficult to stack and unstack for travel....and the vinyl is delicate.
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We invert one chair upon the other so that the seat portions meet, shifted so that the arms 'nest' and strap them in.

How do you strap them in ??
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