|Universal Flat Screen TV Swivel Mount||46" H x 34.125" W x 5.5" D||21 lbs|
|Product Category:||TV Mounts|
Questions & Answers
Bush Universal Flat Screen TV Swivel Mount
Philip from Austin, TX– Verified Buyer
I used this as a drop mount from a wall joist, made a custom bracket to get it upside down an backwards on the wall. Was not aware it was intended to mount on stand, might not have ordered if I had know, but there is really no other mount available for what I was attempting. Looks professional, could have used the ability to tilt.
Solid and well designed
Nitpicky Geek from Washington, DC– Verified Buyer
I bought this mount because the stand that came with my TV was so big it put the TV a foot and a half away from the wall. Sort of defeated the purpose of a thin TV. I have the Bush VS74962-03 stand and was afraid I'd have to replace it to get an attached vertical stand (I'm not a fan of wall mount). And I really, really, love that stand.Luckily, I started at the Bush site for research and saw that they made a vertical attachment for the two stands in that series. The fact that it swiveled was an added bonus. Looking around, Wayfair had the best price [...]The vertical attatchment was easy to mount to the stand - 4 bolts. I DID have to go to the hardware store to get longer bolts since it reuses the ones from the base stand. They were not long enough to reattach with the swivel mount. The original bolts were also 6mm x 1.25, but 1/4-20 bolts are a good fit.The mounting bolts for the TV were a perfect fit. Should be since Bush includes a whole bunch of different sizes and lengths to cover a wide range of TVs. Unfortunately, Panasonic put the mounting bolts WAY at the bottom of the TV instead of in the middle like you'd expect (and like Bush expected). The Bush swivel mount has a LOT of lattitude in mounting the brackets to the TV, but the Panasonic VT series exceeds even that. I was able to make the brackets fit by using a Dremel and file to extend one of the mounting holes about 1/2 inch. That also put the TV in the perfect spot. Once the brackets were on, the TV was easy to put on the swivel. Make sure you have a buddy to help so it will be easy to lift for centering.So, the issues that I had, I have to attribute to the odd way that Panasonic chose to put the mounting points on the VT series (too low). Knowing all of this, I would STILL purchase the same swivel mount and modify it for use. It only added about 30 minutes to the install and looks really, really great.