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Unread 10-29-2013, 07:52 AM   #1
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Dynamic Mounting

For all my Jeep brothers & sisters who have a big LCD TV that mounts above the fireplace (or somewhere that is a little too high and kinda strains your neck) I found what you need!!!

THIS IS...AWESOME (Just like how DJ Lance would say)!!!! I love this mount!!! I searched and searched for a mount just like it but couldn't find anything at all that has the same features and one that can hold at least a 60" tv, one that can swivel, and especially one that can easily go up and down. It's called Dynamic Mounting!!! It was really easy to install, my 10-year-old son and I spent some time putting it together and after a few hours (I couldn't find my drill bits), we put it together and...BAM, it was all done!!! I love it...really helps me with our 2 year old who loves to touch the screen so when she's around I just simply put the tv up a little higher. Here are some pics...just excuse the wires, I'm still working on hiding them.

Here's their web site: www.dynamicmounting.com

I'm writing this post so I can get a rebate from my purchase!!!

I'm telling you that this is really AWESOME and you need to check it out. I'm going to post some pics too!!!

Thanks for reading!!!


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