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Old 05-02-2015, 10:37 AM   #1
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Bunkhouse tv mount

First trip in my 2015 32bhds. I was going to mount a tv in the bunkhouse but I'm not sure if the wall is blocked. The tv area is a bit more solid than the walls but I'm not sure if I need to block it outside for a mount or not. Anyone know? It doesn't seem like a walk stud goes through that section based on checking out the wall under the tv stand.

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Old 05-02-2015, 10:38 PM   #2
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In my 312qbud tt found one small stuff board to mount a TV mount. Barely big enough for all four screws but moved it around til I got all four into wood. Kinda off center which tore mented my ocd wife but can not have everything
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Old 05-12-2016, 10:13 PM   #3
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First trip in my 2015 32bhds. I was going to mount a tv in the bunkhouse but I'm not sure if the wall is blocked. The tv area is a bit more solid than the walls but I'm not sure if I need to block it outside for a mount or not. Anyone know? It doesn't seem like a walk stud goes through that section based on checking out the wall under the tv stand.



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Did you ever mount a tv in your bunkhouse? I just took delivery of my new 32bhds and I want to mount a TV in there. Seems doable just wondering if I should take it down for travel.


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Old 05-13-2016, 06:36 AM   #4
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Hi. I did mount the tv. As mentioned above there is a small block that is off center in the tv box so the tv is off center as well. I think there are mounts that you can adjust the tv horizontally but I just used a small Walmart mount that the tv snaps in to.

I do leave the tv mounted while travelling and have not had an issue yet. We don't do a lot of travelling but I believe we did around 2,000 miles in our big trip last year. No issue with the tv. I also leave my living room tv mounted when travelling. I did this as well in our last unit with no issue. Not sure what the recommendation is but I will leave them mounted until I have a problem.
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I just did one in mine. But I have two small kids that don't use the top bed. They both at this point sleep on the same bed and spend most of their time playing on the floor. So I mounted a tv inside one of the cabinets. I can push it in when we close up the slide too. Click image for larger version

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