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We are both small and so we will be looking first at a $149 recliner we saw at Walmart's online store: Mainstays Home Theater Recliner. It comes highly recommended and weighs only 73 lb. The Forest River technician said: "All of our entry doors are 6'6" tall by 26" wide." The distributor says the chair will pass through. "This chair comes apart so you should be able to fit it through the door."

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We replaced the original swivel chairs and ottomans that came in our 2011 Greystone 5th wheel with these chairs through Amazon.


Flash Furniture BT-7821-PALIMINO-GG Contemporary Palimino Leather Recliner/Ottoman with Swiveling Mahogany Wood Base


We got them at an unbelievable price of $199 plus $11 shipping before Christmas and purchased two of these sets. They were freight delivered in four days!


There is some assembly required and you may want some help attaching the back to the seat bottom but I assembled both in less than an hour with the tools they provided. Also, the base is about 32 inches wide so check your entry door with. I assembled these inside the RV but you can remove the back hinges and fold the top down into the seat and it should fit through the entry door. They fold down to about 27 inches.


Cut and paste the description above into Amazon. I think they are now back at their regular price of $285 plus shipping.


EDIT: Wanted to add: I'm six feet tall and my wife is five feet tall. Both of us are very comfortable in these chairs.


Hope this helps.

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Not to play the devil's advocate, but La-Z-Boy isn't for everyone. I have three bulging discs in my lower back and went through a string (probably four) of La-Z-Boy recliners... every one made my back hurt. I finally found an Ekornes Stressless recliner and have been comfortable (read "happy") ever since. My main complaint about the La-Z-Boy recliners is what seems to me to be a universal lack of proper lumbar support (and keeping my head tipped too far forward in most positions).

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