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Old 09-22-2016, 10:28 PM   #1
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So what type of mount do I use for a 40in flat screen TV? It's going in the front of the coach. 2003 Allure. Thanks.
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Can I ask for a little more info?

If this going into the space that the old TV lived in?

Or is it going to simply be mounted to a wall or cabinet?

Sometimes, I little fabrication is required.
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I just removed the 42" LED midships TV and replaced it with a 48" LED unit. Used the same mounts but did have to drill one new " hole since the new TV is slightly wider than the old one. The old TV weighs 65#'s and the new one is 23#'s.
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So what type of mount do I use for a 40in flat screen TV? It's going in the front of the coach. 2003 Allure. Thanks.
I have used a mount from Monoprice.com. They seem to have good prices and the mounts are rated by weight supported.
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Following! I want to do this same project in my 2000 allure. Post pics if you can
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When I purchased my 2001 Intrigue the TV upgrade was already done.
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It's going into the old cabinet. Thanks
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It's going into the old cabinet. Thanks
Post pictures of your old cabinet so suggestions can be made.
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I will as soon as we arrive home Sunday. Thanks
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