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Old 02-23-2015, 01:32 PM   #641
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Don't know about yours or it being 12X12. Maybe 6X6. Mine had one above the entertainment center and one in the bedroom way up high above the bunk and close to the wardrobe. If I would of mounted it there, you'd never be able to see it. Might be better without a bunk. I never used the one in the bedroom. We also put a stand up by the bed and used that. It came with a 300lb table which we put at the foot of the bed. Worked good there.

In my 25RR, my backer plate was not attached to anything of structure. I hope that is a fluke. It was just secured to the false panel that the TV was on. I took the cabinet apart and put some support in there so I could use a swivel mount. It wasn't easy to see the tv in the corner with it flat on the wall.
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Old 02-23-2015, 01:55 PM   #642
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Mine does not have any mounts in. Back in the corner by the entertainment area there was a picture of Cherokee trailers. I took that off and there was a sticker on the wall that's sad 12 x 12 backer. I also walked upfront in the bedroom area and there was the same sticker there My trailer does not have any TV mounts in it I am assuming may have to be put in and I am wondering is if I can screw them into that area
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Old 02-23-2015, 02:05 PM   #643
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Those are to mark where the board is to screw into. You should be able to press on the wall with your hand and feel them there.
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Tv mount

So is there a peice of wood 12x12 that i can screw a mount into. Any idea how thick it is. I want to put a full motion mount there if i can
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Old 02-24-2015, 07:00 AM   #645
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Sorry I don't know. I would say 1/2 inch or somewhere in that area. That's what the one in my 25RR was. I have seen other folks mount their TV's in the corner and put support braces in the corners of the TV. I personally think the lag bolts that come with those mounts are too much for a swivel mount. Your best bet, if you insist would be to mount a piece of wood between two studs (which are like 2X2's) and screw into that. Sorry I couldn't be of more help.
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Old 02-24-2015, 06:49 PM   #646
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I just purchased a new to me 2010 19rr. I was looking things over the other day and where the TV goes it says there is a 12 x 12 backer Does that mean there is a 12 x 12 that I can screw A mount to. If there is what size screws do I need. Thanks advance Charlie
Hey, welcome to the forum...
I can get you some pics of my new 2015 19rr and you can see where the factory mounts by the bed.

hope this can help alittle.
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Old 02-24-2015, 07:35 PM   #647
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Hey, welcome to the forum...
I can get you some pics of my new 2015 19rr and you can see where the factory mounts by the bed.

hope this can help alittle.
My bad - nothing mounted. I just have a tv mount I need to install myself.

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Old 03-03-2015, 07:31 PM   #648
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Wheel chock

Has any one used a bolt it on wheel chock in there 19 rr
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Old 03-04-2015, 07:21 AM   #649
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Has any one used a bolt it on wheel chock in there 19 rr
Pass for me. I have seen others in this thread mount their chock to a board and lay that down. It seemed like a lot of work to me. You have to be careful what you screw into...it may just be a water tank. I bet if you scroll back (providing you have the time), you can see the examples that others have done. It's a long thread though but you'll get a lot.
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I bolted down my harbor freight chock in my 2015 19rr.
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