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    traveling recliners

    My Solitude 305re came with straps to hold down each of the recliners. However, the screws holding the straps to the floor pull out during transit allowing the recliners to slide into the middle of the trailer. I am concerned the traveling recliners could damage the flooring, fireplace or other items. Do any of you have a solution to this problem?

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    Sounds like you need to install better anchored hold downs. In our last camper, we put the recliners back to back with a strap around them to 2 small D-rings mounted on the floor at the wall. They didn't move around and they were sitting on linoleum.

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    Sounds like a good plan. Just concerned about screwing too deeply in the floor on a slide. If I do so at the edge, I assume it wouldn't be problematic???

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