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Old 11-17-2020, 03:07 PM   #161
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Well in our use case: we don't because we rarely, if ever, sleep in one. In addition: my goal with the recliners I purchased was to keep the center position for seating and also allow for the recliners to still be used as a couch for sleeping. So if its just one person sleeping on the recliners they just lie down on it like the couch that they are.
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Got it. I like the setup. I was considering getting the ones with the divider that has the cup holders, but yours seems a little more feasible. Is the setup comfortable to sleep on?
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Old 11-17-2020, 03:27 PM   #162
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So if you want to sleep in one, how do you turn the genny off after operating the chair? My aim is to eliminate:
1) climbing the ladder to go to bed;
2) getting down from the overhang in the middle of the night to use the throne!
That couch in the Outlaws was never a great place to sleep... You basically had your ears right up against the furnace...
(Talk about loud!)
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Old 11-17-2020, 04:33 PM   #163
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I hope that ours can match yours for "nap-ability"
Bob I'm 6'4" and really a little to big for the recliner but I can still find a way to nap on them
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Old 11-17-2020, 04:47 PM   #164
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Bob I'm 6'4" and really a little to big for the recliner but I can still find a way to nap on them
Well; you sure got a "Fullprice" worth of height!
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Old 11-17-2020, 04:59 PM   #165
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Got it. I like the setup. I was considering getting the ones with the divider that has the cup holders, but yours seems a little more feasible. Is the setup comfortable to sleep on?
The center back folds forward and has cup holders in it.

It's very comfortable no matter how you sleep on it LOL.
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Old 12-20-2020, 11:35 AM   #166
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Well hereís how mine turned out. Via Shop4seats. The center console has storage. When you flip up the center back,reading lights appear. Has both usb and 120 vac plugs in storage area. Swivel tray tables fit in the arms. Seatbelts are useable. 4 self tapping 3/8 SS screws into the slide steel frame. Only 4 ď from wall. When recline the backs go down a little under the side window valance. Iím pleased.
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Old 12-21-2020, 04:42 PM   #167
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They look great! I went with Shop4seats as well. Got the recliner and 2 captain chairs for 2015 Axis 24.1 Best upgrade so far.
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Well hereís how mine turned out. Via Shop4seats. The center console has storage. When you flip up the center back,reading lights appear. Has both usb and 120 vac plugs in storage area. Swivel tray tables fit in the arms. Seatbelts are useable. 4 self tapping 3/8 SS screws into the slide steel frame. Only 4 ď from wall. When recline the backs go down a little under the side window valance. Iím pleased.
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Old 12-26-2020, 03:29 PM   #168
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Make sure you check under the couch seats. In my rig the floor is not flat and has a raised section from the compartment underneath. You cannot replace the couch with recliners.
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Old 12-26-2020, 05:52 PM   #169
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Make sure you check under the couch seats. In my rig the floor is not flat and has a raised section from the compartment underneath. You cannot replace the couch with recliners.
That's why I haven't pulled the trigger yet. I still don't get how you can bolt recliners with a 36" base to a slide-out floor that only moves 18". You must have to construct some sort of stand-off. My rig's in storage right now, so it'll be spring before I look into it in depth. In the meantime, I wrote to Thor to get some dimensions regarding the overall movement of the slide-out, and how much space I have between the interior wall of the slide-out and, say, the wall where the fridge is. No sense in installing something that I can't extend fully!
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