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PERLESMITH Full Motion TV Wall Mount for 37-95 Inch only $69.99 + FS with PRIME

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PERLESMITH [amazon.com] via Amazon has a Full Motion TV Wall Mount for $69.99 after Prime Day price and a $20 coupon on Amazon.

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Pretty good reviews. Seems like a good deal, thanks op!
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Is this really a good deal?
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I have this full motion and its amazing...and its only $22

Mounting Dream Full Motion TV Wall Mount for Most 26-55 Inch TVs, Wall Mount for TV with Swivel Articulating Arms, Perfect Center Design TV Mounts Wall, up to VESA 400x400mm and 77 lbs. MD2413-MX
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Looking a very good wall mount (sturdy is important) for 82-86 inch TV ..... do not want to put an expensive TV on a unreliable mount !!! Probably nothing will happen, but can not take the risk .....

Any link/help will be appreciated !!!
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I have one of their cheaper full motion on a 85" TV and it works great. I would rather have this one because it slides left right, which would allow me to center on my wall better. However, I am not remounting at this point.
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Only a good deal if your TV is 85 and over and weighs a ton. For 75 and under there are much better deals at the $25~$30 range.
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Is this a better option for those with Costco memberships? Starburst Technologies Advanced Extension Tilt 43-90" TV Mount | Costco https://www.costco.com/.product.1425454.html
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Does this go up and down also
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Can I use this directly on a drywall? Just bought a 65inch Sony tv and want to mount it. I have never mounted a tv before and I'm lost I can mount any of these or do I need to use the one which specifically says on dry wall only? Thanks!
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Can I use this directly on a drywall? Just bought a 65inch Sony tv and want to mount it. I have never mounted a tv before and I'm lost I can mount any of these or do I need to use the one which specifically says on dry wall only? Thanks!
No, it's an extremely bad idea to mount a TV into just drywall. You need to make sure there are studs where you mount it. If you are in any relatively modern construction you should have studs spaced not too far apart and a lot of these mounts are adjustable to where wherever you mount it you can still shift the TV left and right even if the mount itself isn't perfectly centered. Get a studfinder and watch some youtube videos on how to do it.
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Can I use this directly on a drywall? Just bought a 65inch Sony tv and want to mount it. I have never mounted a tv before and I'm lost I can mount any of these or do I need to use the one which specifically says on dry wall only? Thanks!
You bolt it to the studs, through the drywall.
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Can I use this directly on a drywall? Just bought a 65inch Sony tv and want to mount it. I have never mounted a tv before and I'm lost I can mount any of these or do I need to use the one which specifically says on dry wall only? Thanks!
You don't sound very confident.

I'd consider hiring someone or finding a friend/family member that has done it before.

It's not hard at all, but if you do it wrong the consequences could be severe.
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Quote from roll_right :
No, it's an extremely bad idea to mount a TV into just drywall. You need to make sure there are studs where you mount it. If you are in any relatively modern construction you should have studs spaced not too far apart and a lot of these mounts are adjustable to where wherever you mount it you can still shift the TV left and right even if the mount itself isn't perfectly centered. Get a studfinder and watch some youtube videos on how to do it.
Depends on the weight. Drywall is actually quite tough AS LONG AS YOU USE TOGGLE BOLTS. DO NOT JUST USE SCREWS OR SCREW CONDOMS (forgot the name).

I always put my toggle bolts through the stud but you should be more than ok with 4 toggle bolts through just drywall. As long as the tv is under 50 lbs.
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Been looking for a good deal that allows a TV to go vertical for arcade gaming..for a second I thought could do it when I read "full motion"
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