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Offline kmdwoodwork

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Installing a Reversica tv mount
« on: April 14, 2014, 07:17 PM »
I have a job to install reversica tv mount and design something to hide it in. The instructions are pretty good but if anyone has any tips to make the job go easier i would really appreciate the input.

Thanks

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Re: Installing a Reversica tv mount
« Reply #1 on: April 15, 2014, 12:48 AM »
No tips because I've never installed one, but I've gotta say that reversica is really f 'n cool! Good luck with it and be sure to take pics or maybe a install tutorial   [big grin]

Offline kmdwoodwork

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Re: Installing a Reversica tv mount
« Reply #2 on: April 15, 2014, 07:05 PM »
These things are without a doubt cool and i am happy to have the chance to do one. The one i am installing is for a 52" t.v. and the unit weighs 280 pounds and is built like a brick outhouse and owner Bill Stone is a great guy to deal with.

I plan on doing pictures and a short video for my website when it is done and i will share it here. It may be a while because it is part of a larger job and the interior designer wants to submit the pictures to a few magazines to see if we can get them published so i will have to wait until that is done before posting anything online.

I am building a full mock up starting in a couple of days so if anybody reads this and has any input please let me know.