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Old 02-21-2016, 10:59 AM   #1
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just bought a 2012 crusader 290 RLT . getting ready to give it a go and head to florida. The dealership closed it up and hitched it up for me. when i got it home and reopened it i noticed a gob of restraining straps and a few hooks on the floor here and there. I have been trying to figure out the strap down system but it makes no sense. No manuel etc. anyone know where i can get info on how this was designed to strap the chairs down?

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Old 02-21-2016, 11:49 AM   #2
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For the kitchen chairs and/or the recliners if you have them also

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Yes you hook the straps to the floor and use them to strap down chairs and recliners. I run the straps through the chair legs and over the top strapping across both chairs on one side of the dinette together. For the recliners I do each chair individually. I have stools for my counter so I set those on top of my recliners and run the strap across the recliner and through the stool. Keeps the chairs from moving and getting damaged while in transit. On my dinette chairs I also cut up a pool noodle to stick on the backs of the chairs to keep them from scratching each other going down the road.

Here are some pics I found online to help you.

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