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RV furniture steve f 12-19-02  
Does anyone know of another RV furniture manufacturer other than Flexsteel. Surley they have some competition ???
Re: RV furniture Cheryl 6-24-03  
I am looking for a jackknife sofa 72" long, without arms. I saw a Flexsteel sofa of this description at Camping World today. I was floored by the lack of quality there. The seats were soft and mushy. I need something that will hold up for a while. What is the deal with this Flexsteel? I thought it was supposed to be a good product. Confused!
Re: RV furniture Denise Sams 3-4-03  
I am looking for a new couch for my 28ft. taurus camper. I want a fold out one. Do you have anything like that and is reasonably priced?
Re: RV furniture Steve Watsula 2-12-03  
Hi, we are buying a tailgator sport utility trailer 28feet. We do not intend to haul any "toys", but rather want the "empty box" to fix up the way we want it, to live in full time and incorporate our many hobbies. I can't seem to find any actual furniture to design the living and storage space. Do you know of anyone who may have done this same thing? Thanks for any help you can give us. Steve
Re: RV furniture Roy Knight 3-5-03  
Wanting to replace a barrel back chair
with a reasonably priced quality rocker/recliner. Any suggestions?
Re: RV furniture Paul Simmons 8-4-03  
We are also trying to locate other RV furniture. Have you had any luck?
Re: RV furniture Pat Glynn 8-30-03  
I am a Flexsteel Factory Rep.
There are many different places to buy Flexsteel RV furniture.
See Our website--WWWflexsteel.com and it will lead you to a local rv aftermarket dealership.
Re: RV furniture MikeW 10-9-03  
I have a couch out of my 1980 Georgie Boy. It is currently sitting in the dumpster. It was hard as a rock to sit on and sleep on. I replaced it with a $90.00 futon from Wal-Mart. Much more comfortable - In all way's. The only gotcha is that I have to move it about 4 inches away from the wall to open it up for sleeping. When traveling, I thread a couple of seatbelts through the frame. Holds it place very well.
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