TV Mount for a 40 degree sloping wall

Spynner

Novice Member
Hi
The only place I can mount a TV in my room is on a sloping dormer wall. Slope is 40 degrees but I can't find a bracket with a tilt to solve it. I can't use a ceiling mount and there is no flat surface near enough for an arm solution.

I want a large (50 inch) flat screen for the space.

I'm hoping someone here knows a solution or product!

Thanks in advance
 

Trollslayer

Distinguished Member
I would be more concerned about the stress on the wall.

At 40 degrees a significant part of the weight will be pulling away from the wall.
 

Spynner

Novice Member
Thanks, I can find ways to deal with the weight, if I could find a bracket that could deal with the tilt!
 

Spynner

Novice Member
Thanks Joe

Yes I had seen that one, but very expensive! I still haven't found any product to do the job
 

Joe Fernand

Distinguished Member
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Its' the only option I've come across - unless you want to go DIY!

Joe
 

Spynner

Novice Member
Ha! I can manage to put a bracket up, but that's the limit of my skills I think! Can't believe there is nothing on the market for this.
 

Joe Fernand

Distinguished Member
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Fire up some pics of the room - some of the DIY boys may have some suggestions.

Joe
 

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