My original post said:
"Has anyone permanently mounted a smallish TV, perhaps 32-37 inch in the rv then towed it while it is mounted?"
I just see a LOT of posts on a LOT of subjects where the OP asks a question only to be informed that XYZ having nothing whatsoever to do with his question.
I do appreciate that other posters "hijack" threads and have their own unique POV but still.
I asked about a specific size range - 32 to 37 inches is small today. I had to go to the very end of the line in Sams club to even find a 32" tv.
I understand that TVs are made smaller, I just can't use nor do I care about such models, nor how they fare. Look back through this thread and count how many of them answered my question? So I come ask a question and have to wade through how much stuff only to find nothing that even comes close to helping me.
I asked a similar question about fiberglass propane
tanks and got a TON of "well steel is really better because..." responses. All about how you can swap out steel tanks, and how they got one that leaked, how deal with rusting tanks and yada yada.
Ya know what, that may be true for those posters but that isn't what I asked. That thread is now umpteen pages long and way off in the weeds, having nothing to do with fiberglass propane
tanks. I have unsubscribed from the thread because it is useless to me.
This one threatens to be a repeat.
Dealing with a "small" tv in excess of 32" is a very specific requirement. THAT is what I need information on, not about every little mounting for the really cool 16 all in one someone found at XYZ box store.
I did get some responses discussing the stress of that size TV on the fiberglass wall, and mounting strategies to deal with such. THAT is a great response and much appreciated.
I'm NOT trying to be rude, but I need information about specific issues. It is very true that this size of TV is going to be rare, making it all the more likely for useful responses to get lost in the noise of the useless (to me) stuff.
From all of the responses for smaller TVs, I think this is a great place to split the thread and have a thread just about "how to mount a (truly) small tv".
PS, I really love FGRV.com and have spent countless hours reading all kinds of really great stuff here. This is a great community! I am new to FGRVs, in fact I am just about to go pick up mine, purchased a month ago and waiting for me 800 miles away.