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Old 01-18-2013, 03:01 PM   #11
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What is the biggest size tv that can go on the outside mount?
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Old 01-24-2013, 02:04 PM   #12
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davidjb is correct. We ship one in the package with the Owner's Manuals, Remotes, etc that is typically in the Refrigerator. Depends on how your dealer handles all of those items during delivery, though.

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I can confirm that my spare TV mount was in the "Owners Package" in the kitchen drawer.

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As is typical of PrimeTime they sent one directly to my house. I wish we could just purchase directly from the manufacture and cut out the Dealer. Seems to me the Dealers could care less about their customers but PrimeTime does.
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What is the biggest size tv that can go on the outside mount?

Our Puma has a 32" TV that you can mount inside or outside the female side on the mounting bracket is permanently mounted. Just lift the tv off the inside mount & slip it into the outside mount. The hookups are already on the outside as well.
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Old 01-27-2013, 09:30 AM   #15
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Was that the tv that came with the puma? I should be receiving my toy hauler in 2 weeks and ordered one with no tv. Will be mounting a larger tv. Curious if they will supply me with the male mounting part. Do you know what brand and part number the mounting brackets are? In case i need to order any parts. Also do you keep the tv mounted while traveling? Not sure how secure those type of mounts are. Was going to go with a swivel arm mount but not sure how to use it outside. Don't want to have to unscrew mount then put another mount on just to use outside. Sorry starting to ramble.......
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Was that the tv that came with the puma? I should be receiving my toy hauler in 2 weeks and ordered one with no tv. Will be mounting a larger tv. Curious if they will supply me with the male mounting part. Do you know what brand and part number the mounting brackets are? In case i need to order any parts. Also do you keep the tv mounted while traveling? Not sure how secure those type of mounts are. Was going to go with a swivel arm mount but not sure how to use it outside. Don't want to have to unscrew mount then put another mount on just to use outside. Sorry starting to ramble.......
Yes actually we ordered the smaller TV but it was upgraded to the optional 32" at the factory.... (No unscrewing) The bracket has a two pin attachment just lift up (unplug the wiring) & carry it outside & slide the pins slide into the bracket mounted on the outside. It is on a swing arm. There is also a spring pin to keep the arm stationary and strap to hold it against the wall for travel. Our dealer up graded the cheap strap. I do not know the part number but I am fairly sure that the outside bracket can be see on "Palimino Puma Unleashed" website. There has been (don't know if it is still there) on ebay search Puma Unleashed 356 great pictures professionally done of the whole trailer (Better than the factory web site)but the outside bracket & how the TV mount allows the TV is be positiond was shown as well.
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I'd like to find a way to mount tap tv on a side wall in the bedroom that swings out...not really to fond of the ceiling mount. Any one done this before ?
I have put tv in bedroom, just bought a swinging TV wall mount from ebay. I located the studs and partial drilled. I take down the TV when we travel just to be safe.
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I have put tv in bedroom, just bought a swinging TV wall mount from ebay. I located the studs and partial drilled. I take down the TV when we travel just to be safe.
Do you still have good clearance when trying to get to yor bed? Have any pics? I would love to see it. Thanks
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