http://www.technomoto.co.uk/ 15% discount to VD members 0207 328 7659(ring for a nice price)
MOTOPHYSHO The best bike service workshop in the city(london) 0207 837 0444 as for keith.
ebay shop is cbbuzzer, http://stores.ebay.co.uk/cbbuzzer_W0QQ_trksidZp1638.m118.l1247
Whats your specialist advice then?:smoke:
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Put it on a table or chest of drawers
Captain Scarlet wrote
I fixed mine on to the timber framing. Most brackets have a selection of holes or slots. position the bracket so it will pick up two joists. I used heavy self tappers with hex heads about 12 mm straight into the wood and heavy duty metal wall fixings into the plaster board. on the outside of the bracket. 8 fixing points in all.The framing is usually 600 mm wide, just pick up the two nearest the middle of your room, and offset the bracket slightly to make sure the tv is in the centre of the wall. I found 5 ft 5 in was a perfect height.
Nil Satis Nisi OptimumHalf of what I say is meaningless.
Good fucking grief, I had no idea we had so many muppets on here without the first fucking clue about how walls are constructed. Go out to your garage & weld your toolboxes shut. Has anyone found out if he's talking about one of those flat tv's or a normal one yet? Bit pointless giving advice on how to mount something when you don't know what kind it is....
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