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Old 02-29-2016, 11:18 AM   #1
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Hide a bed / couch size

I've purchased a 2000 river forest cedar creek 33' fifth wheel. there is no couch or dinette in the slide. Can i purchase a standard hide a bed and still get it thru the door opening ? Any thoughts are appreciated . Thank you .
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Old 03-01-2016, 07:40 PM   #2
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THX.

48 views no replies ? Thx. anyway .......
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Old 03-01-2016, 08:07 PM   #3
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I've never bought aftermarket RV furniture but there are several RV furniture suppliers out there. Try a Google search for some vendors and give them a call. An alternative might be if a member here is discarding their hide-a-bed couch (some folks switch them out for recliners or theatre seating), they may be willing to make you a deal.
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Thanks for the reply .
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Make sure what you will buy will fit through the door. Otherwise, you will probably have to take it to the dealership so they can handle this.
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Also check if the back can easily be taken off the furniture piece. Some residential pieces easily separate which should make it easier to load into the TT.
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Thanks solved the problem with an RV sectional .
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Thanks solved the problem with an RV sectional .
Not sure where you live,,, but there is an RV furniture dealer in Edwardsburg MI,,, just north of Elkhart !!!
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