single stud LCD Arm or mount

fl4wless

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Looking for a single stud mount for a 37-40" TV... also, if its an arm, if the arm is folded against the wall, how far off center from the stud would the center of the LCD be?

The reason i ask the 2nd question is because my stud is not center on the wall, infact its about 8-10 inches off, hopefully one of those arms can correct that a bit...



Anyone have any links or know of a reasonably priced one?
 

john doe 182

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Possibly a silly question but why not just get a normal wall mount bracket and use 2 studs. If one stud is 8 inches from center then there should be another one 8 inches to the other side of center. But here is one that is off center when against the wall. http://www.monoprice.com/products/p...d=1082806&p_id=4563&seq=1&format=1#largeimage Check out the other ones on monoprice. For nearly the same price you can get something that has more range and more load capacity.
 

john doe 182

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You might look into the construction of your pocket door. There might be something there to screw to. It's not like the drywall is just standing on it's own.
 

fl4wless

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i suppose your right, on a standard mount, how far apart do the studs have to be...

So ~50 inches of wall space between left door and right pocket door. There is a stud roughly 12-14 inches from the left door, im guessing my pocket door frame would be ~28 - 32 inches in.... which would mean i might have studs 6-10 inches apart. Is there a min distance for these standard mounts?

Ill have to take a stud finder and figure out my options... worst case i think i can do with one of those arms though...this is for a bedroom tv.
 
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