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Old 08-22-2016, 11:03 AM   #21
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Sweet setup!
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Old 08-23-2016, 01:05 AM   #22
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Sweet setup!
Oh good, at least I am assuming this means you were able to access the photos. They didn't stay in order which is annoying, but al least it posted. Thank you Doc.
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Old 08-23-2016, 06:14 PM   #23
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Thanks for the pics PammieSue! He did a great job! I love how you used the space overhead that way. The plastic thing over head in ours, where the 8 track is, is cracked in multiple places and will probably have to come out. That's a good way to turn that into a more useable space. And the idea of the headboard with storage is genius! Thanks again! :-)
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Old 09-07-2016, 04:03 PM   #24
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I am currently working on a TV-lift for a 42" in my 72 Ambassador. I should be finished in a couple of weeks and I will post pictures and a video to show how it operates.

Tharon
How'd it turn out? Would love to see pics! :-)
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Old 09-07-2016, 05:03 PM   #25
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First you should decide where you will sit the most to watch TV. I have a nice reclining office chair that mostly sits in front of the table which is left at half size. I found a 19" LED mounted on a swivel arm bolted to the table support near the couch armrest worked good for me. Most of the time the TV is about 4' from my eyes but can pull it out to the edge of the table and see it from the bedroom also. Works fine for now but a 32" 4K will work better when I upgrade in the future as I will use it for computer monitor also. I run the audio through my stereo so I can hear well in bedroom. The projector/screen set up might work if you actually need a big picture, I thought about that approach, but the 19' seems pretty good after living with a 12" for many years on the shelf attached to refrigerator end wall. A 24" on a swivel arm replacing that factory TV shelf would work pretty good maybe, but I think that is about as big as would fit there in my trailer. Satellite for TV and internet is the way to go unless you are where you can hook up to cable. I use a home type dish mounted on a short post bolted to the spare tire with a few big rocks for additional ballast. I can find the satellites pretty fast when I need to but might upgrade to the "tailgater" type system someday; although new 5G systems are supposed be rolling out soon and might do anything you need. I feel like I'm overpaying for internet over satellite but it's what I've got because of location.
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We have a 27FB, which came new with a 30 in TV in the living room & a 22 in TV in the bedroom. I took out both & put the 30 in the bedroom. I then mounted a rotating & extending mount on the living room wall & attached a 40 in TV to it. In order for the TV not to extend into the hallway when traveling, I have to rotate the TV 90 degrees (so its long axis is vertical), but other than that, it works just fine.
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