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Old 09-10-2009, 06:03 PM   #1
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1976 31' Sovereign
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custom TV stand

Not satisfied with the integrity of using a wall mount for the two 20" LCD TV's that we bought for our Sovereign (and not wanting to pay $50 each), I came up with a pretty simple way to mount them directly to one of the most sturdy surfaces in our AS - the 1/2" thick tops on the front console and rear bedroom nightstand.
I simply used two 1/2" galvanized floor flanges, one 12" length of 1/2" pipe and a 1/2" 90 degree elbo. I attached the top floor plate to a piece of 16 gauge steel plate and screwed it to the mounting holes in the back of each TV.
Very simple, very sturdy and very cheap (about $10 each).
Here are a few pictures...

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