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ArabHorseLover
Posted 2017-07-26 2:29 PM (#170334)
Subject: Convert Sofa to Dinette


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I really like everything about our trailer except I'd prefer to have a dinette instead of a sofa.  Obviously I could trade it in, but has anyone ever converted their Sofa to a Dinette? 
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calamityj
Posted 2017-07-27 11:11 AM (#170335 - in reply to #170334)
Subject: RE: Convert Sofa to Dinette


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Look on Amazon for an RV table with pedestal so you can remove it when you want to... I hate our dinette, wish I had a large lounge sofa instead of jacknife sofa/dinette....   https://www.amazon.com/DetMar-12-1106C-Removable-Rectangular-Marine/dp/B0000AZ89Y/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1501171694&sr=8-1&keywords=rv+tables 
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Steve-O
Posted 2017-07-27 1:23 PM (#170336 - in reply to #170334)
Subject: RE: Convert Sofa to Dinette


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Water tank, pump, electrical panel, plumbing is all under my sofa.  I wouldn't want to have to move alot of stuff,  buy a TV tray and call it good. 
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akinstrailers
Posted 2017-07-27 4:15 PM (#170337 - in reply to #170334)
Subject: RE: Convert Sofa to Dinette


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We change them out quite often.  The level of difficulty really depends on how your trailer is built and what systems the manufacturer put under the sofa/dinette.  Some manufacturers put water pumps, tanks or furnaces under there.  Others just leave it open for storage.  If you have a model that is still being built I would call the factory and talk with someone in engineering or production.      
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