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Old 09-14-2014, 04:07 PM   #11
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Planning to put a couple 2x4s on the side of it to let it sit on them during travel
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Old 09-14-2014, 11:29 PM   #13
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Chris, Must have more pictures. What mount did you use? I have been thinking of doing the same thing. I found on web called Wayne's world he did something similar in his motor home. I have been wanting to do it ever since. Great Idea.
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I will try to get more pics, but it is in storage. Here is what I got

http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B003O1...110_SY165_QL70

I screwed 2 - 1x2's to the bottom of the cabinet then used a 3/8" piece of plywood I had in the shop. I mounted the mount to the plywood then screwed the plywood to the 1x2's I had to drill some holes for the top of the bolts to fit down into the 1x2's that are connected to the mount. The mount is pretty cheap price and quality, but it works. I am going to wrap a couple of 2x4's with a towel and place under the side of the TV to hold it up during transport
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Thanks Chris, that's is so cool. I bet it sure makes the angle watching tv a lot better on your neck. We have been setting tv down on table to watch.
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where did you put the screws to hold the 1x2 to the cabinet? did you come up from underneath?
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Thanks Chris, that's is so cool. I bet it sure makes the angle watching tv a lot better on your neck. We have been setting tv down on table to watch.
I'm hoping so. It's in storage so won't know for a couple weeks. The tv I have is hard to see and any slight angle so I'm sure this will help

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where did you put the screws to hold the 1x2 to the cabinet? did you come up from underneath?
Used 1 1/4" screws from the top down. 4 per board pretty tight. Then 1" screws through the plywood from the top. 5 per side
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