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Old 09-09-2014, 07:45 PM   #1
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RW2904, WJ3001 recliner question

We are going to be ordering a Rockwood 2904, and have talked the dealer into ordering the leather Lazyboy recliners which is not a standard option for this trailer. We saw these in a Windjammer 3001 which is a very similiar layout to the RW 2904 for the most part. My question for those who have the Lazyboys and the WJ3001, is it a pain in the but to move the Lazyboys for travel when moving in the slide? Also since you have to pull the Lazyboys away from the wall to allow them to recline, did you put anything on the feet to protect the lino? Any feed back would be appreciated.

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Old 09-10-2014, 02:19 PM   #2
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We have a 2904 with the recliner. It isn't difficult to move around for travel. You just have to be sure that you keep them clear of slide when you bring it in for travel. We just pull them out from the wall to recline but have never put anything on the feet for protection so far.
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