What Tv bracket

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  1. sean

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    Looking for s tv bracket for our new mh it's our first one it's a 2007 fiat ducato Carioca 635 any help and pictures would be good thanks
     
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    A picture of where it needs to go would be more useful to us?
     
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    Hi techno100 this is it the cubord its 400x400x400 hope this helps I'm looking at a 19 inch to fit in there on a slight angle thanks
     

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    Too many variables to answer.

    How big/heavy is the intended tv
    where in the motorhome is it being fixed
    does it have to swivel or will it be fixed in one position.
     
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    I need it to fit in this cubord if I can slide in and out and drop down maybe maybe double arm one but would like it to sit abit lower so you don't get neck ache
     
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    I'll take some measurements tomorrow
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    My first van was a crapioca.

    Tv cupboard was above the dinette and that was the only seating so watching tv was literally a pain in the neck.

    I abandoned the tv position and used the cupboard for other things and the tv was simply stood on the kitchen worktop and strapped flat to a seat cushion when travelling.
     
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    400mm is approx 16 inchs.

    A 19 inch may fit at 45 degrees but will still stick out too far to close the roller shutter door when travelling.
     
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    Ok thanks I was hoping to fit it in there at an angle with the right tv bracket
     
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    Instead of putting it in the cupboard why not mount it on a bracket underneath? You could mount it either on the bulkhead between the seats on a removable bracket (1st photo) then if the seats are used for travelling then the bracket and TV could be removed and stored elsewhere in transit, or under the base of the cupboard itself with a bracket which folds down (2nd photo).
     

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    Cheers for the info
     
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