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Old 07-03-2015, 09:00 PM   #11
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I haven't done anything to change the TV mount angle but your idea with the washers sounds good. I'll try that.
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Old 07-03-2015, 10:46 PM   #12
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All of my items were purchased at Home Depot. I took out the top screws while my wife held the tv and slightly loosened the bottoms screws. It was a bit of a pain lining it all up and definitely required a second set of hands and a few expletives. But definitely worth it.
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Good solution! I ended up mounting these Robot Check. Had to drill new holes but the end result was very good.
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Hey Zip does the new mount you installed have a locking mechanism to keep if from free swinging?
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Hey Zip does the new mount you installed have a locking mechanism to keep if from free swinging?
There is no lock out. I tightened the bolts down so it's a stiffer adjustment (tilt easy but in and out / left and right stiff). Still easy enough to adjust but stiff enough not to bounce around. On our last 400 mile drive I don't think it moved at all.
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