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Old 09-02-2017, 06:07 PM   #1
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Finished a couple upgrades

Just finished changing out the front analog TV with a 32" HDTV. Got some ideas off these forums and YouTube and went for it. I know I'm not the first one to have ever done this, but I'm pretty satisfied with the way it turned out.



Also installed a new CB radio and antenna. We'll take it all out for a test run later this month.


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How did u attach your TV? Does it swing out to utilize space behind?
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How did u attach your TV? Does it swing out to utilize space behind?
The old analog TV was supported by a steel frame. After removing that, I used the existing framework to support the HD TV by building a support using 2X4's. Painted those black so they would not be noticeable in the back. To that, I mounted this bracket with lag bolts. Got the strapping material from my local hardware store to secure TV while traveling. Seems to be working pretty well.
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