Remove old and replace with new, plug in and enjoy.
He basically has it. .First. Oh, a nit to PICK, I assume you mean going from an NTSC analog tv, like the one in my bedroom, to an ATSC DIGITAL tv, not to an LCD (Which the one in my bedroom happens to be, An LCD, ANALOG (NTSC ONLY) TV.
IF you have a digital converter in front of it (like I do) then you get to toss the converter.. If you want to toss it my way I could use one more. .
Other than that it's all woodworking, Since modern LDC units take up way less room than older CRT jobs. You may wish to build shelves behidn it to hold your video disc collection. And /or blue ray player.
Nothin adds excitment like something that is none of your business
Kenwood TS-2000 housed in a 2005 Damon Intruder 377
4beachcampers, yep that's it, except I didn't put in that angled spacer. good idea. Didn't use a bracket either, just drilled 4 holes through the door and bolted the tv directly to the door. I guess I could use some spacers on the top bolts and kick the angle down a little.
Lynn & Diana Wagoner
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2005 Chevy 2500HD D/A
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2014 Big Country 3650RL