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Old 05-04-2016, 08:58 AM   #1
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How thick are walls?

I want to install the TP holder, towel rack and tv mount. Can I screw into wall or use drywall anchors or toggle bolts??
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Don't know what rv you're talking about, but most the walls are 2-2 1/2", but the interior walls are only thin paneling. The TP holder with short screws would be fine, but the tv mount needs something more substantial, might mount a piece of 3/4" wood between studs (you usually can see small nails covered at the studs) then mount the tv.
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Don't like attaching onto interior wall, we use a free standing TP holder. Just lay it down when on the road.
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put my tp holer inside the vanity door . out of the way and easily accessible.
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We just went through the walls for the tp, towel ring, and some hooks on the back of the door. Used the supplied screws. Absolutely no issues
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You can buy a tp hanger that just hooks over the sink cabinet door
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