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TV Wall Mount for 26-65 inch TVs, Full Motion TV Mount

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[Amazon.ca] TV Wall Mount for 26-65 inch TVs, Full Motion TV Mount

Pipishell TV Wall Mount for 26-65 inch TVs, Full Motion TV Mount Bracket with Articulating Swivel Extension Tilting Leveling Max VESA 400x400mm Holds up to 99lbs for LED LCD OLED 4K Flat Curved Screen
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Jan 14, 2008
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Seems like a recurrent deal according to CCC. Why would one choose this one over all the other similar one on Amazon?
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Oct 7, 2010
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chewbacca69 wrote: Seems like a recurrent deal according to CCC. Why would one choose this one over all the other similar one on Amazon?
Doesn’t online ink companies like ink123 or other peripheral companies sometimes sell these for 30 dollar or less?
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Oct 15, 2016
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If you want to use this mount, do yourself a favour and make sure it spans 2 studs. Toggles are fine with flat or tilt tv brackets, but even a light tv pulled out is a lever to disaster.

The mounting part is almost 17 inches wide, with a usual 16 inch stud cavity you will have zero ability to move left or right and hit both studs. If you're lucky that's exactly where you want to mount the tv, and that happens about 1 time out of 10.

You can throw some wood up to span 2 or 3 studs and then mount the bracket to that. Get fancy and cut the drywall out to have it flush if you like, don't forget to paint the wood too.
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Aug 4, 2006
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Octataral wrote: If you want to use this mount, do yourself a favour and make sure it spans 2 studs. Toggles are fine with flat or tilt tv brackets, but even a light tv pulled out is a lever to disaster.

The mounting part is almost 17 inches wide, with a usual 16 inch stud cavity you will have zero ability to move left or right and hit both studs. If you're lucky that's exactly where you want to mount the tv, and that happens about 1 time out of 10.

You can throw some wood up to span 2 or 3 studs and then mount the bracket to that. Get fancy and cut the drywall out to have it flush if you like, don't forget to paint the wood too.
So what is a better option?
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Nov 5, 2018
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Octataral wrote: If you want to use this mount, do yourself a favour and make sure it spans 2 studs. Toggles are fine with flat or tilt tv brackets, but even a light tv pulled out is a lever to disaster.

The mounting part is almost 17 inches wide, with a usual 16 inch stud cavity you will have zero ability to move left or right and hit both studs. If you're lucky that's exactly where you want to mount the tv, and that happens about 1 time out of 10.

You can throw some wood up to span 2 or 3 studs and then mount the bracket to that. Get fancy and cut the drywall out to have it flush if you like, don't forget to paint the wood too.
Wood contrasts and expands at a different rate as drywall... Do you tape the joint? How do you make it look the same?
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Dec 14, 2004
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Octataral wrote:
The mounting part is almost 17 inches wide, with a usual 16 inch stud cavity you will have zero ability to move left or right and hit both studs. If you're lucky that's exactly where you want to mount the tv, and that happens about 1 time out of 10.
This is one of the reason I like a 24” mount if it works for the application.
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Sep 10, 2010
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Was looking at the Kanto and Sanus full motion mounts at Costco which cost like 3X more. What's the reason those ones cost so much more?
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I bought this one and quite happy with it

MOUNTUP TV Wall Mount for Most 26-55 Inch LED OLED LCD TVs,Full Motion Wall Mount TV Bracket with Swivel Articulating Arm,Up to 400x400mm & 88lbs MU0014 https://a.co/d/jc7NjOo
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Feb 19, 2008
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I wish I could find a decent price mount like this that will mount to 24" centres
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eugene188 wrote: Was looking at the Kanto and Sanus full motion mounts at Costco which cost like 3X more. What's the reason those ones cost so much more?
Absolutely nothing. Thick or thin, they all hold up similar size TVs. What make it worst for these more expensive mount is TV are getting lighter and thinner.

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