Locking TV mounts for Rvs

Our recommended RV locking TV wall mounts

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Last Updated on September 30, 2022 by Johann Holsinger

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Need a rugged mount for your motorhome?

If you are already on the road to freedom then finding the best flat-screen TV mounting bracket for an RV ride, the installation will depend on a variety of factors.

While we take control of your budget, you need to consider the available space you have allocated, and the style of mount you want for multiple viewing angles and positions, both indoors and outdoors.

Getting two of the same wall mounts allows you to clip your tv on and off in different locations quickly and conveniently. 

A mounted TV in the RV can keep you up to date on the latest events from your past life and provide a personal theater inside your mobile home for your chosen source of movies and entertainment.

Finding the right VESA configuration for your TV or monitor is important so that your screen will be securely held to the mounting arm while you are traveling down the highway or on an old country road.

We find that everything inside our RV needs to be secured firmly to stop things from moving or breaking when we are on the road including kitchen draws, oven lids, fridges, and of course our TV mount as well. 

This is what makes an RV TV wall mount different from a standard house TV wall mount as they feature a sturdy locking mechanism making everything secure during a bumpy ride even into the outback or across a river.

Finding the best tv spots for mounting on an RV wallTV on an motorhome using an RV TV mount

Best articulating lockable RV TV mount

#1 Editors Choice

Arcitectual quality

Mount-It! ‎MI-431 23 to 43 inches, 77 lbs, RV TV mount

  • Found to fit TVs all the way up to 43 inches.
  • The VESA bracket is removable.
  • Can support up to 77 pounds.
  • The locking mechanism works like a pull-down, light switch “may the force be with you all”.
  • The mounting plate requires a flat surface.
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#2 Best value

Stable + Value

Perlesmith PSLRVF 23 to 43 inches, 77 lbs, RV TV mount

  • The mounting arm can hold TVs up to 77 pounds.
  • VESA configurations work with most brands.
  • The articulating arm will tilt, swivel and rotate.
  • We found that the included screws may be too long for some RV walls.
  • TV can still move when in a locked position.
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#3 Stable for large TVs

Does the job

Mount-It! MI-430 23 to 55 inches, 77 lbs, RV TV mount

      • Can handle large TVs up to 55 inches.
      • Tilt and swivel movement is secure.
      • VESA configuration goes up to 400×400.
    • The locking mechanism can be hard to unlock.
    • Does not include a hardware installation kit.
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#4 Slide-in installation

Mount-It! MI-429

Mount-It! MI-429 22 to 42 inches, 33 lbs, RV TV mount

        • Can handle TVs up to 42 inches.
        • The easy slide-in installation is as easy as your imagination.
        • TV can be extended up to 15 inches from the wall.
        • Suitable for lightweight TVs under 33 pounds.
        • The mounting kit is more suited for home installation.
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#5 UL certified

Mounting Dream MD2210

Mounting Dream MD2210 17 to 43 inches, 44 lbs, RV TV mount

          • Can securely hold TVs from 17 to 43 inches.
          • VESA configuration covers 3 common arrangements.
        • Mount motion includes a swivel, tilt, and pull-out option.
        • Mount may be too heavy for some RV walls.
        • Locking features can fail on big humps.
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#6 Aluminum RV TV mount

Master mounts 2322L-2

Master mounts 2322L-2 up to 50 inches, 33 lbs, RV TV mount

          • Capable of securely holding.
          • TVs up to 50 inches.
          • Includes a pull-chain locking system for TV security.
        • Mounting brackets include bubble levels.
        • Better suited for lightweight TVs.
        • VESA only goes up to 200×200.
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#7 Pull-chain lock

Master Mounts 2311L

Master Mounts 2311L up to 42 inches, 33 lbs, RV TV mount

        • The pull chain locking mechanism is reliable.
        • Can hold larger screens up to 42 inches.
        • Includes the option for mounting with extra brackets.
        • Can only hold TVs less than 33 pounds.
        • Only 2 VESA configurations up to 100×100.
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#8 Anti-bump lock

Ergo-Innovate

Ergo-Innovate 23 to 43 inches, 77 lbs, RV TV mount

          • Offers a full range of motion including swivel, tilt, and rotation.
          • Made from heavy-duty steel for long-lasting durability.
        • The installation kit includes all mounting hardware and Allen. wrench.
        • Mounting kit screws can be too long for some walls.
        • The locking mechanism can be difficult to use.
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#9 HQ and affordable

Mount-It! MI-4151

Mount-It! MI-4151 13 to 42 inches, 44 lbs, RV TV mount

          • VESA configuration covers up to 200×200.
          • Includes a 5-year warranty.
        • Can hold a wide range of TV sizes from 13 to 42 inches.
        • The tilt option may be limited by wires.
        • May need DIY fixes for certain mounts.
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#10 Dual wall-plated mount

Mounting Dream MD2212

Mounting Dream MD2212 13 to 43 inches, 22 lbs, RV TV mount

          • The locking mechanism is latch-style.
          • The mounting arm offers a full range of motion.
          • VESA configurations are as small as 50×50.
          • The mounting kit may need extra screws.
          • The locking mechanism can fail on bumps.
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#11 Durable mounting arm

USX XMS008

USX XMS008 10 to 26 inches, 33 lbs, RV TV mount

          • The mounting arm is extremely durable.
          • Installation is as simple as feeding a duck.
        • Mount offers a full range of motion.
        • Only two VESA configurations.
        • Can only handle TVs under 33 pounds.
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#12 Quick-installation Rv TV mount

Mounting Dream MD2209

Mounting Dream MD2209 10 to 26 inches, 22 lbs, RV TV mount

          • Installation is extremely quick and simple.
          • Strap locks keep your TV in place.
        • Includes VESA configurations up to 100×100.
        • Can only hold lightweight monitors up to 22 pounds.
        • Customer service can be slow to respond.
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#13 Rugged RV TV mount

WALI 1343LK

WALI 1343LK 13 to 43 inches, 33 lbs, RV TV mount

        • Can hold larger TVs and monitors up to 43 inches.
        • Offers 4 VESA configurations for most TVs.
        • Stepped joints help prevent TV vibrations.
        • Included screws may be too long for most RVs.
        • Construction can seem flimsy and may look cheap.
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Best fixed RV TV mounts

#1 Editors Choice

Clip and move

Mount-It! MI-6524 13 to 32 inches, 30 lbs, fixed RV TV mounts

  • Found to securely hold TVs up to 32 inches.
  • The quick-release makes for easy moving of your TV if you have multiple wall plates installed.
  • Offers a tilt motion and low profile.
  • Can only handle TVs up to 30 pounds.
  • Mount construction can be lacking.
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#2 Best value low-profile

Does the job

Mount-It! MI-2829 19 to 32 inches, 44 lbs, fixed RV TV mounts

  • Offers a 12-degree downward tilt.
  • Can handle TVs up to 44 pounds.
  • VESA configurations for 75×75 and 100×100.
  • Installation can be frustrating.
  • Does not offer an upward tilt.
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#3 Fixed mount outdoor

Low profile

PAW ‎(832155001041) Up to 32 inches, 30 lbs, fixed RV TV mounts

      • Polymer material will not rust or tarnish.
      • Can handle TVs up to 32 inches.
      • Works for exterior mounting.
    • Can only hold TVs up to 30 pounds.
    • Only offers 100×100 VESA configuration.
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#4 Fixed slide down

PAW 832155001171

PAW (‎832155001171) Up to 32 inches, 40 lbs, fixed RV TV mounts

        • Made from heavy-duty 14 gauge steel.
        • Offers two VESA configurations.
        • Includes 4mm VESA screws.
        • Does not offer any range of motion.
        • May not fit some newer brands of TV.
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The features I looked over in RV TV mounts under analysis?

1. Stability and ruggedness

When traveling, it’s important that your TV mount is rugged and stable. This is just a small tip from us for you and your journey ahead.

The last thing you want is for the extension arm to swing out or break your TV when you hit a bump, sending your TV crashing to the floor, or ripping the bracket out from the wall.

Ruggedness is a requirement to pass our test of stability during driving on bumpy roads.

Backmount of WALI 1343LK showing ruggedness of mount

2. Mounting arm extension capacity and ability

The extension length of an RV tv mount arm can be good for multiple reasons: Beter option for viewing positions, less neck strain as viewing position can be perfected, allowing a single TV in a small space to be viewable from multiple positions.

For example, an extension arm can be moved to be visible from the kitchen when cooking and can be rotated to be more visible from the sofa or bed at the back of an RV.

The key is to get an extendable arm that is longer than half the width of the TV frame from the two outside edges to allow for a full 180-degree turn.

So the LCD screen can be moved to face either the front towards the kitchen area or moved to face towards the back of your RV, camper van, or bus, towards the bed or seating area.

3. TV size compatibility

If you have an old RV from 2000, by default you probably won’t hold a flat-screen TV of today’s standard without getting an RV TV mounting bracket [1].

Different mounting brackets can take larger TVs or smaller TVs make sure the bracket you choose can take not only the weight of your TV but also the size.

Different brackets work with either non-standard VESA measurements or a standard VESA pattern. However different brackets have different TV weight capacities dictating the maximum TV size, or the minimum LCD size.

Additionally, you may find some mounting brackets that can handle multiple monitors or screen types.

4. Weight Capacity

TVs can be heavy and combined with the movement of a vehicle moving and the stress transferred onto the mounting bracket makes for the reason for extra scrutiny in this type of review as buyers must know that a specialty bracket is needed for working safely inside moving vehicles.

When adding a mount to your RV wall, be sure the weight limit on the mounting arm is much more than just your TV’s weight.

 

Fully extended Mounting Dream MD2209 RV TV mount near an RV's kitchen sink

5. VESA mounting capability

TVs have a variety of mounting configurations on the back, allowing them to be secured to a number of different styles of mounts.

Before purchasing a mount, make sure your TV’s VESA configuration is compatible with what we have tested, and recommend, to make sure that your electronics are also compatible.

Retracted Mount-It! ‎MI-431 RV TV mount showing VESA pattern holes

6. Range of motion

Many RV TV mounts have a range of motion abilities also known as full-motion for complete movement.

Some can move up and down, others left to right, while the best ones have a full range of mobility.

If you’ll be enjoying your TV from a variety of different seating areas in your RV, make sure to have a full range of motion, with an extending arm that is longer than half the width of your LCD screen.

Full articulation of MI-429 RV TV mount

7. Locking mechanism

Each RV TV mount will have a locking mechanism to not only secure your TV to the stand but also to secure the stand into the wall in a retracted position during travel time.

This helps minimize stress to the mount and the screws holding the plate to the wall keeping your TV safe from damage or from falling, in your rush away from the zombies in the busy city.

8. Installation

Installation is normally pretty easy and straightforward with most RV TV mounts, but be sure you are prepared for the requirements of your specific mount.

Some will require additional security features and certain wall anchors to ensure the mount is secure and stable.

You may also need to find the right DIY tools for installation such as a Crescent set and cordless drill, both of these tools you should have in your RV anyway for any maintenance required while on your road to freedom.

Why get an RV TV mount?

  • Keeps Your TV Secure. When traveling, most RV TV mounts will lock your TV in place to ensure your electronics dont vibrate or swing outwards risking damage to your screen while driving.
  • Offers Good Viewing Options. Most RV TV mounts can be moved and adjusted with a tilt, swivel, rotate, and pull-out options to suit any seating location.
  • Can be Mounted Indoors or Out. Many RV TV mounts can be installed indoors, or outdoors under an awning for viewing in your favorite spot.

RV parked after travel

What are the challenges of using an RV TV mount in your camper van or trailer?

1. The moving vehicle

When traveling, we seriously recommend considering the importance of ensuring that you are able to secure your TV for safe travels ahead.

Most RV TV mounts include some form of the locking mechanism to keep your TV in place when not being used.

2. Finding the right spot

Sometimes, you have an ideal spot to place your TV but your intended spot is not sturdy enough alone to take the weight of a TV.

There are different places where you can install your mount like on the side of a cabinet or shelves or open wall space.

Just make sure to have a stud finder with you, so you know which spot there is metal studs in the RV walls.

Master Mounts 2311L RV TV mount on dining seater

3. Mounting from the center of studs

Your TV bracket should mount in the center. However, some mounts are offset.

You have to take extra effort to get the right alignment on the stud and level the mount before drilling holes to get the mount’s plate holding in the center of your viewing position.

Plywood boards can make effective mounting plates should you need a stronger backing and fixing points across a span where there isn’t a stud.

4. Cabling issues

Hanging cables are unsightly.

While some RV TV mounts have cable management systems, you still have to take extra effort in managing those cables to get that mess out of sight.

Apart from cabling systems at home, you have to pay attention to your RV’s wiring system before coming up with the right spot to install a TV mount.

Regular full motion TV wall mount vs articulating RV TV mount

Regular full-motion extendable mount

  • Designed for walls at home.
  • Can have extra-long arms.
  • Can hold extra larger TVs.
  • Standard home TV mounts don’t have a locking mechanism that’s needed inside a moving vehicle.

Mount-it Mi-372 long extension TV mount in the hallway

Articulating RV TV mount

  • Reputable brands are tested for seismic activity and vehicle movement.
  • Mount-locking feature with pull-down straps to release the TV only when you want the extension to come loose.
  • Stable and rugged built.
  • Shorter arms.

 

Perlesmith PSLRVF articulating TV mount mounted on an RV

Should You Get an Extending RV TV Mount or a Fixed RV TV Mount?

If you are installing your TV in a corner or an area where space might be limited, an extending RV TV mount can be your best solution. 

You will be installed on a solid wall and have ample room on both the left and right sides.

If you only have a single desired viewing position, a fixed vanilla RV TV mount is perfectly suitable for you.

Mount-It! MI-2829 Non-extendable fixed RV TV mount

The best RV TV wall mount

#1 Lockable TV mount

The Mount-It! ‎MI-431 is a creation that is utilized by many RV enthusiasts we know, as an extremely heavy-duty RV TV mount that can hold TVs up to 77 pounds in total weight.

The arms lock to a folded position and use an anti-vibration spring to release the extension out from the mainframe.

The VESA mounting connections are detachable for safe removal and reinstallation.

I like that the mount can be viewed from different angles so anyone watching can find the most comfortable position in their RV during their quiet time.

 

Pros

  • Found to fits TVs up to 43 inches.
  • The VESA bracket is removable.
  • Can support up to 77 pounds.

Cons

  • Can only be mounted on flat surfaces.

    Mount It ‎MI 431 RV mount

    #1 Fixed TV RV mount

    The Mount-It! MI-6524 is a low-profile mount that is great for interior or exterior installations as the bracket offers an easy-to-remove TV bracket with a quick-release feature.

    You can tilt a screen up to 15° down for better viewing.

    And this one can be mounted outdoors with no problems so you can watch your favorite shows outside.

    Found to have four primary holes made from heavy-duty metal construction, makes this little mount is secure and extremely reliable.

    I like the versatility of also being able to connect my TV to an outside wall and easily being able to remove the TV backplate with the purchase of two brackets and then lifting and moving my TV inside after watching from under the stars to mow my secondary mounting position inside.

    Pros

    • Found to securely hold TVs up to 32 inches.
    • The quick-release makes the bracket easy to move your TV. if you set up multiple mounting spots.
    • Offers a tilt motion and low profile.

    Cons

    • Can only handle TVs up to 30 pounds, however with no extending armless pressure will be subject to the bracket.

      Side view of Mount-It! MI-6524 fixed RV TV mounts

      Best value articulating RV TV mount

      The Perlesmith PSLRVF is a reliable articulating and extending TV mount and is highly durable, with a pull-down strap lock, while being a great bang for the buck.

      The mount comes with all the hardware you need for installation.

      Each screw will go about 2 1/2 inches deep. So you might need to purchase something longer or shorter depending on the cavity depth of your walls.

      The full range of articulation can swivel 90° on both sides, rotate, and tilt up and down. Installation is simple and a detailed installation manual is included.

      Pros

      • The mounting arm can hold TVs up to 77 pounds.
      • VESA configurations work with most brands.
      • The articulating arm will tilt, swivel and rotate.

      Cons

      • Screw issues.

        Installation mechanism Perlesmith EPSLRVF

        Most Stable extending RV TV Mount for Large TVs

        This Mount-It! MI-430 X-mount style system is perfect for larger TVs measuring up to 55 inches while also being detachable for easy mounting.

        The VESA configuration plate will fit up to 400×400 configurations and TVs from most brands which makes this streamlined piece of technology perfect for larger and somewhat heavier flatscreens and widescreens.

        The secure locking mechanism uses a quick-release anti-vibration spring lock.

         

        Pros

        • Can handle large TVs up to 55 inches for a theater-like experience.
        • Tilt and swivel movement is secure and stable.
        • VESA configuration goes up to 400×400.

        Cons

          • May have lock issues when not properly installed.

          Mount-It! MI-430 RV TV mount used on a lounge set

           

          Best Value Fixed RV TV Mount

          The Mount-It! MI-2829 is extremely affordable making it a great choice for those on a tighter hunt, this small but heavy-duty fixed RV mount is perfect for small TVs and even computer monitors.

          The slim design surprisingly swivels and tilts even in a fixed position. However, you will need to tighten or loosen the screws when you want to move the mounting tilt to your desired position.

          The bracket needs only a single stud installation with two-hole mounting plates and comes with all the hardware needed to install. 

          Pros

          • Offers a 12-degree downward tilt.
          • Can handle TVs up to 44 pounds.
          • VESA configurations for 75×75 and 100×100.

          Cons

          • Does not offer an upward tilt.

            Side view of Mount-It! MI-2829 fixed RV TV mounts

            Most affordable RV TV mount

            The Mount-It! MI-4151 is a more budget-friendly mount. Not only is the hardware durable, but it also includes a 5-year warranty for peace of mind and offers the longest reach of an 18-inch max extension.

            With easy single stud installation and pivoting arms for a flexible angle adjustment, you still cannot go wrong.

            The removable backplate for the TV makes everything easy to install and safe for the TV.

            Talking about safety, this mount offers an anti-theft design which is crucial for motorhome living.

            Pros

            • VESA configuration covers up to 200×200.
            • Includes a 5-year warranty.
            • Can hold a wide range of TV sizes from 13 to 42 inches.

            Cons

            • The tilt option may be limited by wires.

              Mount-It! MI-4151 RV TV mount for RV with TV

              How to find the perfect spot for an RV or caravan TV mount?

              The most important step is to ensure the wall is strong enough and thick enough to support the weight of the mount and the TV you expect it to be holding.

              Some mounting kit hardware may be too long for RV walls and can punch through to the outside causing a serious leak if left unfixed.

              Finding the right spot for an RV TV

              Can you use an RV TV mount outdoors?

              Many RV locking tv wall mounts can be installed on the exterior of your RV under the awning on a quick-release system.

              Be sure you look for TV mounts for outside an RV that has an easy removal process so you can store your TV indoors during long-distance travels for safety.

              Mount-It MI-429 RV TV mount attached outdoors on the side of an RV

              How to Mount an RV TV Bracket Outdoors?

              Mounting an RV TV bracket on the exterior of the RV is possible when you reach a new level of genius. While only requiring the same method as installing one indoors.

              However, in some cases, you may need to add additional security to the bracket such as caulking or heavy-duty sealant to not only ensure the bracket is properly mounted but to prevent weather issues like rust after drilling into the siding of the RV.

              You need to make sure your vehicle is roadworthy, as well as ready for a cold night.

              • Use a clip and remove RV mount
              • Install the RV mount to an outwards and inwards facing door, that will conceal your electronics when you close your door again.

              Installed TV outside a motorhome

              Cabling Tips for RV TV Mount

              Indoors

              • Ensure the cable does not get pinched by the bracket.
              • Try to mount electronics near an electrical outlet for convenience.
              • Avoid having to run additional wires through the walls.
              • Include 12v wiring to the location if you have a 12V TV

              Outdoors

              • Keep wires away from moving or sliding parts.
              • Do not allow a cable to be pinched by a door or window.
              • Ensure cables are properly secured from snags.

              Installation and maintenance tips

              • Most RV TVs are better running on 12V [2] as they can be powered straight from the battery or a solar system without needing to be plugged into the mains. Make sure that you have a 12v compatible TV some can run on the mains and 12 Volts depending on what’s available.
              • Always make sure the weight limit is not exceeded.
              • Be sure you secure your TV towards the wall during travel time.
              • Make sure you unplug from mains power or the battery before doing any installations.

              Here’s our detailed RV TV mount installation guide.

              RV cable hook up

              Any alternative mounts for RV TVs?

              Motorized Ceiling (for the pitched roof)

              Ceiling mounting with wireless control option is a suitable alternative to wall mounting.

              You will need to ensure there are proper support options in the ceiling before installing, as well as a power source for the mount’s motor.

              Basic installation and waterproofing skills may be needed.

              TechOrbits motorized flip down ceiling on the office

              Building your own manual hinged or pop up RV TV mount solution

              This method may require you to have and use some advanced woodworking and metalworking skills.

              DIYing your own hinging TV method is best for keeping cabling hidden behind the TV while having a TV that is hidden until needed.

              You can use a fixed wall or tilted wall mount for this application with your own hinging bracket or TV shelf made from plywood.

              Additionally, you could also install a pop-up TV mount from inside a cabinet or from a bench.

              Co-Z D100 motor Tv lift pop up TV in the dining room

              How I compared the features

              Lockable articulating RV TV mounts

               

              Mount-It! ‎MI-431

              Perlesmith PSLRVF

              Mount-It! MI-430

              Mount-It! MI-429

              Mounting Dream MD2210

              Master mounts 2322L-2

              Master Mounts 2311L

              Ergo-Innovate

              Mount-It! MI-4151

              Mounting Dream MD2212

              USX XMS008

              Mounting Dream MD2209

              WALI 1343LK

              Mount-It! ‎MI-431 23 to 43 inches, 77 lbs, RV TV mountPerlesmith PSLRVF 23 to 43 inches, 77 lbs, RV TV mountFront view of Mount-It! MI-430 23 to 55 inches, 77 lbs, RV TV mountMount-It! MI-429 22 to 42 inches, 33 lbs, RV TV mountMounting Dream MD2210 17 to 43 inches, 44 lbs, RV TV mountMaster mounts 2322L-2 up to 50 inches, 33 lbs, RV TV mountMaster Mounts 2311L up to 42 inches, 33 lbs, RV TV mountErgo-Innovate 23 to 43 inches, 77 lbs, RV TV mountMount-It! MI-4151 13 to 42 inches, 44 lbs, RV TV mountMounting Dream MD2212 13 to 43 inches, 22 lbs, RV TV mountUSX XMS008 10 to 26 inches, 33 lbs, RV TV mountMounting Dream MD2209 10 to 26 inches, 22 lbs, RV TV mountWALI 1343LK 13 to 43 inches, 33 lbs, RV TV mount
              Verdict:Top performing RV TV mountBest valueStable for large TVsLow-cost HQ
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              TV size:23 to 43 inches23 to 43 inches23 to 55 inches22 to 42 inches17 to 43 inchesup to 50 inchesup to 42 inches23 to 43 inches13 to 42 inches13 to 43 inches10 to 26 inches10 to 26 inches13 to 43 inches
              Weight Capacity:77 lbs77 lbs77 lbs33 lbs44 lbs33 lbs33 lbs77 lbs44 lbs22 lbs33 lbs22 lbs33 lbs
              VESA Pattern:75 x 75 mm to 200 x 200 mm75 x 75 mm to 200 x 200 mm75 x 75 mm to 400 x 400 mm75 x 75 mm to 200 x 200 mm100 x 100 mm to 200 x 200 mm75 x 75 mm to 200 x 200 mm75 x 75 mm to 100 x 100 mm75 x 75 mm to 200 x 200 mm75 x 75 mm to 200 x 200 mm50 x 50 mm to 200 x 200 mm50 x 50 mm to 100 x 100 mm50 x 50 mm to 100 x 100 mm75 x 75 mm to 200 x 200 mm
              Max extension:15.7 in15.7 in15.7 in15.3 in18.4 in14.5 in14.5 in15.7 in18 in14 in12.83 in13.6 in15.1 in
              Distance from wall:2.3 in2.4 in2.3 in3 in2.8 in2.75 in2.75 in2.4 in3.5 in3.1 in2.4 in2.6 in3 in

              Fixed RV TV mounts

               

              Mount-It! MI-6524

              Mount-It! MI-2829

              PAW ‎(832155001041)

              PAW (‎832155001171)

              Mount-It! MI-6524 13 to 32 inches, 30 lbs, fixed RV TV mountsMount-It! MI-2829 19 to 32 inches, 44 lbs, fixed RV TV mountsPAW ‎(832155001041) Up to 32 inches, 30 lbs, fixed RV TV mountsPAW (‎832155001171) Up to 32 inches, 40 lbs, fixed RV TV mounts
              Verdict:Top-performing fixedBest value fixed
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              TV size:13 to 32 inches19 to 32 inchesUp to 32 inchesUp to 32 inches
              Weight capacity:30 lbs44 lbs30 lbs40 lbs
              VESA pattern:75 x 75 mm or 100 x 100 mm75 x 75 mm or 100 x 100 mm75 x 75 mm to 400 x 200 mm75 x 75 mm to 400 x 200 mm
              Motion:TiltTilt/swivelNoneNone

              Our verdict: The toughest RV TV mount

              Overall, when your RV needs a full-motion mount, we found the Mount-It MI-431 offers the best range of motion, ease of installation, locking mechanism reliability, and ruggedness that is needed for an RV installation. 

              For fixed mounts, we would definitely recommend the Mount-It MI-6524.

              Both have a simple design that makes either option extremely easy to install and easy to mount your TV to the wall of an RV while being strong and secure for the road ahead. 

              We dont know if a million dollars per ton to the surface of mars is the cost to run your RV however long road trips need entertainment for the young ones in the back when on the road.

              Enjoy your travels, camping, and holidays, even the bumps on the road ahead, and stay safe!

              Mount-It! MI-431 on a camper van's bedroom

              Our #1 Recommendations for your RV.

              • We love the units an anti-vibration quick-release lock for holding tight on extra bumpy rides.
              • Removable VESA type bracket for supporting all TV types that we know of.
              • Has a heavy-duty capacity of up to 77 pounds of verticle pressure.

               #1 Lockable articulating RV TV mount

              Mount-It! ‎MI-431 23 to 43 inches, 77 lbs, RV TV mount

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              Frequently Asked Questions

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              Camper vans or motorhomes are on constant travel and the TVs are susceptible to the starting caused by bumpy roads and downhills. You will need a mount that can protect the TV from shaking and vibrations caused by traveling.

              It depends on its weight rating. RV TV mounts can hold TVs from 30 to 77 lbs.

              You can use a flip-down RV ceiling TV mount.

              More information:

              1. RV TV mounts a simple guide, a blog from https://www.doityourselfrv.com/rv-tv-mounts-simple-guide/
              2. RV TV: Seven things you need to know, published in https://rvshare.com/blog/rv-tv/

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