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Old 05-31-2012, 06:44 AM - Thread Starter
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Need to mount a flat panel to a pole, think 'stripper pole' , and is able to be swiveled around the pole no more than 180 degrees (so wires wouldn't get bound up). Can anyone think of a mounting solution to allow this?

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Old 05-31-2012, 08:08 AM
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A Google search of "mounting tv to a pole" yielded this and about 20 others that might work for you. Not sure how the wire management works.
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Not sure if your looking for fancy or cheap.
Cheap would be a piece steel or aluminum plate attached to the pole with 2 muffler clamps, then some ply wood screwed to the plate and a standard TV mount attached to that.. ugly but under $40 with a monprice mount

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I have to ask why you need a flat-screen tv attached to a stripper pole?

This sounds like some really weird episode of taboo.

"nothing turns me on like full 1080p plasma with 120hz conversion and up scaling that would make you're grandmother faint."

seriously though
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