1. Bigdog064

    Bigdog064 Bobtail Member

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    Hey guys, i have a question, and I can't seem to find an aswer for it.
    I am a company driver in a 2017 peterbilt 579, and I am trying to find a way to mount a tv in the bunk, but the company doesn't allow us to drill into the truck. So is there any way I can mount a tv in it without modifying the truck in any permanent way?
     
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  3. MBAngel

    MBAngel Medium Load Member

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    Hubby and I have a tv. We mounted it to a stand that allows the tv to stand on a table, but upside down, so the foot is on top. Then we used a ratchet strap to strap it to the top bunk by the foot. Works awesome.
     
  4. Bigdog064

    Bigdog064 Bobtail Member

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    Thanks for the suggestion, but I'm afraid this wont work for me, my truck doesn't have the top bunk, but the cubbies instead. Unfortunately they are too angular for this to work there either
     
  5. 12 ga

    12 ga Road Train Member

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    If your truck is a double bunk, cut a piece of 1x6 long enough go from the bottom bunk up through the end of the top bunk. Make sure the bottom of the board is on a solid surface, not on the mattress and extends above the mattress of the top bunk. Mount your TV mount to this board, if it is not tight enough to keep it vertical use a couple tarp straps to keep in place. Worked for me.
     
    Last edited: Dec 22, 2019
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