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Old 01-16-2014, 08:48 PM   #1
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Found a great site for RV TV mounts

This place has two pages of different RV TV mounts you can use.
RV TV Mounts & Mounting Brackets for Your RV FREE Shipping

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Old 01-17-2014, 09:29 AM   #2
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Good find Iggy. A bit pricey though. You can get just about any mount on ebay at a fraction of the cost. I paid 12 bucks for the tilt one I installed in the bedroom TV.
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Old 01-17-2014, 10:13 AM   #3
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Good find Iggy. A bit pricey though. You can get just about any mount on ebay at a fraction of the cost. I paid 12 bucks for the tilt one I installed in the bedroom TV.
The one thing they have that other may not is the ones that move for RV have a solid locking mechanism.
Yes pricey but they all seem to be well built for travel.
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Sam's Club very well made swivel tilt mount $49.99
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The one I bought is solid...there isn't much to those things. Besides, you should have seen how the original mount was bolted to the wall. One wood screw...that's it. I checked the other three mounts and some of the screws would just spin from being over torqued. I see spending more on a mount for a bigger TV due to the weight the mount has to handle especially if it's going to swing out. I do like the locking mechanism though. We had a swing out mount on our old TT and while on the road it was secured by a bungee cord.
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The one thing they have that other may not is the ones that move for RV have a solid locking mechanism.
Yes pricey but they all seem to be well built for travel.

That is a very good point. Remember that a static mount or even an articulating one may not be beefy enough vor the vribration and movement in an RV
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