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Old 05-22-2005, 08:19 PM   #1
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The new WWer's have a 26" wide TV shelf and
we splurged and bought a 23" LCD which fits
real nice.

I'd like to build a better mousetrap and have
a sliding bracket so we can bring the TV out
from the wall... so the peanut gallery
in the rear of the TH can see the picture.

Does anyone have any ideas or a source for this
kinda of a sliding bracket that would hold an LCD TV?
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The new WWer's have a 26" wide TV shelf and
we splurged and bought a 23" LCD which fits
real nice.

I'd like to build a better mousetrap and have
a sliding bracket so we can bring the TV out
from the wall... so the peanut gallery
in the rear of the TH can see the picture.

Does anyone have any ideas or a source for this
kinda of a sliding bracket that would hold an LCD TV?
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Old 05-23-2005, 11:04 AM   #3
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56:

I thought you were going to use that as a regular shelf? If I'da known you were going flat screen, I would have suggested that you mount it on the ceiling and let it flip down when you wanted to watch it!

Knowing you, all you need is a couple of 50# computer slides and you'd have that thing slidin' out in no time!! Couple that with a "lazy susan", and you've got just what WW gave you...

...can hardly wait to see the pics!!
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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">...I would have suggested that you mount it on the ceiling and let it flip down when you wanted to watch it! </div></BLOCKQUOTE>
but that would have interfered with '56s elevator to the upperdeck viewing platform
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I knew there was sumpthin' he's holden back on!!
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Old 05-23-2005, 05:57 PM   #6
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Dang..... With the telephone supervision of
King Salami, I spent all day building a
prototype of a pull out "lazy susan" shelf.

Ahh..... but it didn't meet government standards,
so back to the drawing board

Actually, it's gonna be on back burner as
tomorrow we take off for Grover Hot Springs
area and then Mammoth.

To be continued
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Oh dang it! Geeezz...off again? So soon? what about King & Sandy...are they in tow also?

Glad to hear your "government" has some standards!
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Old 05-23-2005, 07:53 PM   #8
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Heck no, Sean. We're still part of the working world. Howie is independently wealthy. I gotta say, he had some GREAT disguises when he robbed those banks!

Meanwhile, back at the salami factory ... we emptied the FB2200 and put back the stock tables, etc. Hopefully, by tomorrow we will be taking photos and putting in on line.

When is your new rig due?
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Old 05-23-2005, 08:35 PM   #9
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Sandy!

Way too soon...should be around next week or next...would I be the first to say here that "heck...hope it's a couple weeks yet"?

And please tell us which banks (and what disguise) Howie used!! I'll try to not use the same one!

boy...hope you have better luck at the "Used Trailer Salesperson" than I have....last weekend was so friggin' boring (except for Sat night)....spend two days sittin' in the rig trying to sell it...thank god I had the sat TV to keep me busy in between looky-Lous!

Hey...great seeing 'ya and hope we can do it again here shortly...if we have a gatherin', you guys up for headin' to So Cal?
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