Also look for a mount that will tilt up and down. Some TVs like to be point down more to give you the best view when mounted up high like this.
Also make sure the wall is beefed up for mounting a TV to it. Some trailer has a sign on the wall indicating where they have a solid wall to mount your tv to. If your wall is the thin stuff you will need to add a solid board across the area you want to mount yours and secure the solid board with MOLLY TYPE bolts. Otherwise the heavy TV may pull the mounting screws thru the wall... Then you can screw your TV SWIVEL MOUNT to the solid board. Lots of photos on GOOGLE showing this...
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