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Old 06-12-2017, 10:01 AM   #1
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Stock part # for x23b interior tv mount

I am looking to buy a stock (same one jayco would use) inside tv mount for my x23b. Does anybody have the stock part#

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Are you certain you want an OEM mount? The one in my X213 doesn't offer tilt so I will be replacing it. It offers a poor viewing angle for the kids.
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tv mount

well....I thought I did until I found this information from this site.

https://www.lw-eng.com/categories/1/KeBloc-Products

Might just buy a swivel tilt from here and mount another block (much smaller foot print on the wall) this is the company that provides the outside tv mount.
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There is nothing special about the brand you are looking at or that it's the brand that Jayco using for their installs. Do yourself a favor and search Monoprice. They have good quality mounts that won't break the bank. Moreover you can find a mount for pretty any application you can come up with.
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I would put up a back board like this one and then pick up any kind of swivel and up and down mount kit from WALMART... With the back board installed then you can use standard wood screws to attach the mounts. Use MOLLY bolts in the four corners of the back board to mount to the very thin RV walls...





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