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Old 04-20-2013, 07:40 AM   #21
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We had a Surveyor 186 that had a very deep space like that. We put a small, free-standing flat-screen in there, and for travel we secured it by pushing it to the back, putting a throw pillow in front of it, held in place by one of those spring-loaded refrigerator retining bars.

We didn't have a door on ours, but I think that's a very good idea.
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Old 04-21-2013, 08:14 PM   #22
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Looks good!
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I have a 2006 Surveyor svt264 and the idea looks great. However, my flat side faces the hallway and the antenna amp is located inside the cabinet hole.
Has anyone tried to mount a large panel on a wall (the wall is too thin to use) with glue and screws and then mount a TV mount to it?
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I would glue and screw a pice of finished 3/4 wood to the wall first then attach the tv mount to that. Make the wood double the size of the mount to spread the weight more evenly on the wall. I think the wall is too thin to mount to. You can use liquid nails and some finish screws
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Thanks for the reply. I just need to figure a good size for the wood and something that nicely matches the walls. As a safety precaution, I would remove the TV before travelling.
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Old 11-24-2013, 09:18 PM   #27
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I was able to bolt a moveable tv mount to the side of the cabinet that is right angle to the bathroom wall,works great and can position tv to face the couch plus I did not loose the big cabinet space.use a net to hold things in place. Am not working on a hitch that fits in front of the rear bumper between the I-beam to hold some bikes.
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