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Old 05-30-2015, 08:12 PM   #1
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Has anyone here ever installed a tv mount outside on a camper with fiberglass walls. I know dealers do it all the time. I just don't want to pay $200 to have them install a $10 mount r should I for liability reasons
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Old 06-03-2015, 08:55 PM   #2
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Has anyone here ever installed a tv mount outside on a camper with fiberglass walls. I know dealers do it all the time. I just don't want to pay $200 to have them install a $10 mount r should I for liability reasons
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Depends on how big of a tv, if you want the tv turnable or not.
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Old 06-04-2015, 07:53 AM   #3
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It's a 26" tv but I think I have decided not to put holes in the fiberglass and just put the tv on the table
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It's a 26" tv but I think I have decided not to put holes in the fiberglass and just put the tv on the table
I mounted a plastic stationary V mount to mine, and as my outside tv is a 32", it only weighs 12lbs. I also made a slide out type mount from my passthru that I can rotate the tv toward the back to be viewed will sitting under awning.
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I have a newer Sunseeker and I'm not sure if walls are fiberglass but I just used a stud finder and drilled in a 2 screw small light tv metal mount plate and put my swing arm w/ 23" TV. I also put that marine sealant on the screws and on the back of plate to help secure. I even transfered it from my trailer and its been working great!
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I wish mine had studs..... or that high tech gadget I've got is just a book end.
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