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Old 05-07-2012, 08:09 PM   #31
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That's great. I saw on your other post along with relocating your water pump. Can you take more pics of the pump. I've looked under the bed and cannot figure out where you put it. Thanks for the TV mount idea. I definitely plan to copy.
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Old 05-08-2012, 01:53 AM   #32
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I have more pics if you are interested.
I would love more pics and a little more detail on what you did
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Old 05-08-2012, 06:48 AM   #33
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I think it is a bad idea to travel with TV'S hanging on the walls, so I never do it. I bought these mounts which allow quick removal and multiple mounting areas. Additional wall mounts are available for $12. I have 3 inside the trailer, one set up for the outside of the trailer and two in the house (computer room and garage) When we are not traveling the TV can be used at home.

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I used a 1x6 in the front bedroom and a 2x4 in the garage. And a 2x4 for the outside mount, which I store in the front compartment, it's there if I want to use the TV outside. Black felt, glue and a staple gun. Cut the pieces very closely, so they fit tightly. Hand file them so they are wedged into place. I did not bolt them on a 200 mile trip. They did not move. After the trip, I used small "L" brackets to secure them for piece of mind. I do not tow with the TV's hanging, this set up is not designed for it.

I mounted one directly to the wall in the living area, just because a wall stud was readily accessible. More pictures next week when I take the trailer out.

Not to confuse anyone, the first pic is the outside mount. it is not bolted to the trailer. I did not want holes on the outside.

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That's great. I saw on your other post along with relocating your water pump. Can you take more pics of the pump. I've looked under the bed and cannot figure out where you put it. Thanks for the TV mount idea. I definitely plan to copy.
The small divider wall between the pump and storage area. I made a hole and extended the water pump lines into the storage area. then framed it at the floor so items in storage will not slide into the pump. I may raise the framing if it does not hold things back. For now it works fine. I will take more pics this weekend.

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here is another pic, hope it helps you.
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I would love more pics and a little more detail on what you did
Thanks
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Picture of bedroom mount, outdoor mount, garage mount, and small L brackets used to hold them in place. I cut the boards very close so they are wedged into place. I used some felt to cover the indoor boards, glue and staples to hold the felt. Outdoor stores in the front compartment when not used. I painted it with bedliner in a can.
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