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Old 04-07-2013, 10:57 PM   #1
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I am wondering if anyone knows the maximum size tv we can put in our 264bh? The mounting locations are marked however I cannot find anywhere in the owners info the maximum tv size.

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Old 04-07-2013, 11:32 PM   #2
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I just put a 24 inch in mine and it fits very nice Click image for larger version

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Old 04-08-2013, 04:40 AM   #3
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I put in a 29 in my 267 bhs swift.
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Old 04-08-2013, 02:01 PM   #4
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I put a 37" in my 267 BHS. not the same layout, but I'm sure the same type of mounting backing in the walls.
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Thanks guys. Going shopping this week. Shootnut thanks for the pic. Helps a lot!
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Ours (26BH) came with a 26" - when shopping for the tv, be sure to look at where the connections are. If they are on the left side, it is easier to plug and unplug things. It also won't interfere with a flush style tv mount.
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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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I was thinking about one of the arm mounts that the tv and come off easy for travel. As for the inputs I never thought anything about it. Thanks that will make things much easier with less wire to hide.
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Did you use special screws for the mount into the wall? I was told the plywood backer is only 5/8 inch thick so there may not be much holding power with short lenght screws??

Also, which mount number did you use? Can you lock it when traveling or do you simply remove the tv for safety?

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