Originally Posted by karaintn
I'm so glad you asked this question. I also just got a new 26TBUD about a month ago, and I'm dying to get a TV in there. I'm wondering if you have to get one of the "flush mounts" so that the TV doesn't stick out too far to interfere with the swivel.
I also am interested in the mirror mount - that's a good idea.
Yeah, I've seen the mirror setup at RV shows. Looks pretty good, I wouldn't mind doing that down the road.
For the TV I was also thinking a flush/low mount would be better... I'm just going with one of the low profile ones on Amazon for $15-20. No tilt or anything, just a simple flush wall mount.
My only concern with picking "any old" mount would be it's durability in an RV setup. I figure I can work around this in two ways - mount the TV only when setup (not ideal) or install some mechanism so the TV can't bounce out during transport. I guess I could jam a block of soft foam above the TV during towing or install a screw from above locking the TV in the wall mount. I've read a few horror stories of TV's bouncing out of the bracket during travel and finding them on the floor.
It's weird installing a TV isn't covered in the manual... But I guess that's a dealer markup...