Originally Posted by rrthor
Dave - That is possible. Below is a picture of where it was located. The device to the right of it is the Xantrex AGS.
I cut a piece of 1" angle iron to fit just inside the opening between the cabinets, I then drilled holes in it that mated with the standard mounting holes on the back of my Sony TV. I "hooked" the mounting bolts over those 2 steel plates, the angle iron on one side, the TV on the other. Tighten the bolts and your TV is mounted AND the cabinets are braced the way the old TV did. This set up was real life tested last year when we drove over 13,000 miles, Cape Cod to Alaska and back, no issues. You don't need angle iron, but I had a piece on hand, you could use a piece of strap iron.
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