Hopefully you will be able to mount to existing cabinet sides or doors etc... I would be very careful mounting the monitors directly to the thin 1/4-inch RV walls. They are too thin to support any weight at all. What worked for me was to put up a solid 1/2-3/4 inch board backing first and attached to the thin trailer wall using MOLLY BOLTS (LOWES). Then mount the various HDTV mounts to the solid board using regular wood screws etc. This will spread out the weight of the mount and HDTV monitor. You can paint the solid board to fit your trailer wall decor.
WALMART has many various HDTV mounts in their TV dept to look at to get idea and model number. Your better price would probably come from AMAZON.
Keep in mind that the LCDs sometimes needs to be tilted down as well as left to right to see the best view. Look for a mount that does this. Also look for a mount that has easy swivel pins that can be removed for easy take down.
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