Our 2006 Sunseeker 3100LTD has a TV cabinet in the right front of the coach, just aft of the over cab bunk. The TV that was mounted there (kept by previous owner...) was at a horrible viewing angle from the couch and dinette. You'd get a serious crick in your neck in a very short time trying to watch anything. I decided to do a bit of research and one of the ideas came from here on the forum. Thanks guys!
I started with a small mount from Monoprice.com
For only $13.78 each when QTY 50+ purchased - Adjustable Tilting/Swiveling Wall Mount Bracket for LCD LED Plasma (Max 30Lbs, 10~24inch) | LCD Plasma Brackets - Tilting/Swiveling Type
and it turned out that the extended arm (13.5") was too short to rotate the TV around to be seen. So I turned around and ordered the next size up For only $28.28 each when QTY 50+ purchased - Adjustable Tilting/Swiveling Wall Mount Bracket for LCD LED Plasma Corner Friendly (Max 80Lbs, 24~37inch) | LCD Plasma Brackets - Tilting/Swiveling Type
and the arm length was just right at 16.5" full extension to stow the TV next to the bunk area and rotate for the TV to be seen more comfortably from the couch and dinette.
The cabinet is made of 3/4" MDF (Medium Density Fibreboard) and is not strong enough to hang a TV mounting bracket off of by itself and endure the pounding on the road. I used a 3/4" piece of plywood mounted inside the cabinet as a backer board to distribute the weight properly.
I notched the top corners 3/4" to allow for the mounting cleat on the front of the cabinet and the trim at the rear of the cabinet. I cut a 30 degree angle on the top and bottom to allow for the angled trim at the top and bottom. I knew there was a gap in between the cabinet wall and the inside plywood, and it turned out there is about a 1.5" void in there. I sized the plywood mounting screws (3" drywall) and the bracket bolts (4" 1/4-20) to account for that thickness and hold things together. I used "nylock" nuts on the 1/4-20 bolts since I don't things to come loose going down the road. After running the wires through the cabinet wall I wrapped them in wire loom and then used a cut down soda bottle cap to keep things from chafing.
Here are some photos:
Outside of cabinet from bunk
Inside of cabinet showing mounting cleat
2006 Sunseeker 3100SS/LTD
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