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Old 05-20-2019, 11:47 AM   #1
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2008 Winnebago SIGHTSEER 29R Banquette out or do this instead

The wife wants to get rid of the dinning booth. I didnt want to deal with the different colour and compacted carpets. You gotta know the next thing she would complain about is the ugly carpet so Id have to figure out the slide and vinyl or something. So this was my compromise.

Easy to do just time consuming and now we have no bed in this location unless I screw the two side supports back on. The need to be removed so the table can go between the seats. Ive left the original leg in place. Its folded up in behind on an angle.
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