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Old 11-01-2014, 06:56 PM   #1
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TV Lift Brands Used in RVs

Looking for the brand and model number of commonly TV lifts used in RVs, specifically behind the 60" or so sofa in Newmar (and maybe Forest River) coaches.

The are reviewed to as Televator lifts, but there is no brand name that shows up on the internet.

Thanks in advance for any help.
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Old 11-01-2014, 07:54 PM   #2
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Google 'Television lifts' and you'll find many:

Pop Up TV Lifts - Nexus 21 TV Lifts

television lifts, Lift-Tech Home

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Dave, after extensive research I decided on the lift below. At the time it was the least expensive and was exactly what I needed!

TV Lifts - Linear Actuators


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I went with a Nexus lift certainly not the cheapest, but built like a tank. See them at www.tvlift.com
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Morryde makes a number of TV mounts, slide trays, and suspension parts all for the RV industry. Very high quality and built for the application you are interested in.

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I went with a Nexus lift certainly not the cheapest, but built like a tank. See them at www.tvlift.com
We had a Nexus lift put in our KGDB as a special when it was built.
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Great thread guys... thanks so much for posting. If you have actually installed a lift in your RV it would be awesome if you could post where you had it done (or if you did it yourself) and a picture or two!
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The MORryde TV20-001 is often used by OEMs for the hidden TV...
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