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Old 03-28-2015, 12:44 PM   #1
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Has anyone ever added an outdoor permanent enclosure like this one? If so where can I buy one? thanks

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If it were me, I would make one. All you need are a couple of good heavy duty drawer guides (Blum, etc) and then make a box or shelf to mount the TV. The box/shelf would have to be strong and the TV well mounted to eliminate movement when traveling.
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Old 03-28-2015, 08:38 PM   #6
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I actually want to cut the enclosure into the side of my Zinger. I guess I could build my own enclosure, but i will still need to install the door.
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If you want to do that, you must have the available space. Since the walls are at best 2 inches thick, and on the other side is the inside walls, where do you plan to cut the wall open???? What you are looking at in the picture is a opening in the side that had a compartment behind it. There are tv mounts that you can attach to the top of a compartment, but that's the only way I see you could do this.
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I am putting it beside the door. The access panel will be below the sink in the kitchen. It will cut down on the storage, but not by much. After doing some research tonight I will probably just add an access door and build the inside to mount a flat screen. Thoughts ?
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As long as you have enough space. Only concerns is making it water tight when you install the door. Good luck, let us know how you make out and post some pics.
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Don't forget, if you cut a hole in the outside wall you will have to cut through the aluminum studs. To prevent the loss of structural rigidity, you'll need to build a frame around the hole.
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