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Old 02-20-2014, 07:35 PM   #1
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Hello All!

I just traded in my Class C Itasca Spirit for a 2006 National RV Sea Breeze Class A MH.

I have two questions:

1. The MH came with no license plate mounting screws. None of the standard license plate screws purchased in auto stores or ACE Hardware fit the threads. Does any one know what the size is?

2. I would like to mount a TV swivel bracket on the rear wall of the MH.
I cannot seem to locate the metal frame or studs. The wall material supposedly is 1/4 inch wood (according to 2006 sales brochure).
Is there anyone who has had a similar problem with a solution?


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Old 02-20-2014, 07:44 PM   #2
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I mounted a bracket on the back wall, 03 Dolphin LX 6355 there was a metal beam running across the top of the window a header of sorts and extending the full width of the back wall. It accepted large metal screws (lags) just fine. A I recall it must be steel because I think I used a magnet to verify its existence. I used it to a fix a 3/4 thick square board to then accept the base of the mount giving me more room for heavy screws for the mount. The TV back there was not heavy at all and it rides just fine, mine articulates back into a cabinet where the original CRT sat before.

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Old 02-21-2014, 01:14 PM   #3
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The magnet sounds like a good idea!
I had used a stud finder that is supposedly good on metal as well but it gave inconsistent results.

Thank you for the info
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