A couple of upgrades

Chopperno1

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Finally got around to putting in a TV. Also changed out the shower head to a Oxygenics Fury RV head. Just ran it off the pum and it had a much better output and diffferent patterns to choose from.


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'Lil Guy'

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That shower head is a popular item on a lot of RVs and I like your TV set up. Good job. Now get out and enjoy it.
 

TravelTiger

Founding Texas-West Chapter Leaders-Retired
Nice! I wish Oxygenics would make them in Oil-rubbed bronze!!


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Finally got around to putting in a TV. Also changed out the shower head to a Oxygenics Fury RV head. Just ran it off the pum and it had a much better output and diffferent patterns to choose from.


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I am interested in knowing how you mounted your TV. I just purchased a 2018 Mallard M26 and I have the same rotating panel you do but there is only one "stud" in the middle that is 3/4" wide. How did you mount the bracket? Is that a 42" TV?
 

NatFoot

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Very cool!

I am a first time owner and we went with the Mallard M185. I have looked around but not having much luck---does anyone sell a product that will keep my toddler from climbing/rolling out of the bottom bunk? I would really prefer not to "do it myself" as I'm not the most handy.
 

cookie

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Very cool!

I am a first time owner and we went with the Mallard M185. I have looked around but not having much luck---does anyone sell a product that will keep my toddler from climbing/rolling out of the bottom bunk? I would really prefer not to "do it myself" as I'm not the most handy.
I did a quick Google search and came up with THIS.

Peace
Dave
 

NatFoot

Member
I did a quick Google search and came up with THIS.

Peace
Dave

I have seen those. My concern is that the mattress wont be heavy enough for this to actually work. I also worry about how long those units are--as the bottom bunk opening is not very large (butts up against the bathroom).

Thanks!
 

klp605

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I am interested in knowing how you mounted your TV. I just purchased a 2018 Mallard M26 and I have the same rotating panel you do but there is only one "stud" in the middle that is 3/4" wide. How did you mount the bracket? Is that a 42" TV?
We have a 2018 M32 and used the Morryde for a 40" TV. Has worked great

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