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Old 06-27-2012, 10:06 AM - Thread Starter
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I took possession of my Stewart Luxus Deluxe screen the other day. It has six brackets for screws. Three on the top and three for the bottom. While it is heavy, it seems overkill to use screws for the bottom as well (and also probably a pain to get them all lined up). Did anyone just use the three top brackets. While I will keep the bottom brackets on there to ensure it sits flush on the wall, I just thought I would see what others have done.

If it matters, my screen is 118 inch 16:9.
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Old 06-27-2012, 01:30 PM
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I had a 106" Da-Lite Cinema Contour frame that had the bottom attachment.

I never used it. The frame itself was light, but sturdy enough to not worry about it. (made of aluminum)

The bottom ones are not there because the top ones can't hold it. My new 138" Seymour SE frame is extremely heavy and is only supported by top cleats. The bottom ones are there, in my opinion, to support a flimsy frame from bowing and/or twisting.
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