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Old 05-14-2012, 12:30 AM   #15
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Finally got a pic of our new TV on the RV

Finally got the camera inside and snapped a pic of our new TV mounted in our 2012 Coachman Catalina 271BHS

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Old 05-14-2012, 02:27 PM   #16
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I just installed my 32" tv in the area marked as a tv backer on my brand new 2013 Gulfstream Innsbruck 295. It seemed pretty solid knocking on it, but upon drilling the hole to mount, it obviously wasn't much there. The good news is that when I finished installing the mount and tv, it was very solid. My tv nearly filled the hole completely. I used a cheapo mount from WALMART that was $50, but it turned out just fine.
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There are studs behind those black plastic plates, which I found with a stud finder and mounted my $15 low profile mount from Wally World to. Worked out great, and didn't break the bank!
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