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Articulating Wall Mount With Roll

Need an articulating wall mount for a 60 inch F8000 that extends from the wall at least 27 inches and has a roll adjustment for post installation leveling. No problem finding one that extends that far but having difficulty finding one that extends and rolls. Thanks!
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Check out the Peerless PLA60 series mount. I have the smaller PLA50 and it has adjustable tilt (with a big knob on the back) and allows rotating the TV by hand to level i tout, so i presume the larger PLA60 will have same ability (please verify though). The PLA60 is for larger TVs so it may extend out enough for you.

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Check out the Peerless PLA60 series mount. I have the smaller PLA50 and it has adjustable tilt (with a big knob on the back) and allows rotating the TV by hand to level i tout, so i presume the larger PLA60 will have same ability (please verify though). The PLA60 is for larger TVs so it may extend out enough for you.
Thanks Randy. Now I'm all confused by their different adapter plates so I will give them a call. lol
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Thanks Randy. Now I'm all confused by their different adapter plates so I will give them a call. lol
The PLA60 is just the wall bracket/arm portion where you have to choose and buy the mounting plate separately and that does get confusing.

But they also have a Universal version (PLA60-UNLP) that comes with a normal universal mounting plate with the two uprights and is adjustable to fit pretty much every TV unless the mounting pattern is abnormally wide or tall (i'd recommend downloading detailed PDF drawings/specs to verify it will fit your TV's mounting hole pattern).

http://www.amazon.com/Peerless-37-In...productDetails


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PLA60:


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Thanks again Randy. I ended up getting a PLAV60-UNL because that was the best deal amazon in Canada had at the time. lol Security screws are a pain in the ass but it was on sale.
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