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I need a really, really tall monitor arm.

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Go to solution Solved by SuperCloneRanger,

Yeah i edited my post when i saw the weight limit.

 

What about this one with the 45" pole

 

https://www.mountmymonitor.com/POS_Mount_with_3_Pole_Lengths_screens_up_to_26_lbs_p/at-sd-dp-series.htm

 

 

Hey guys,

 

Hoping someone can help me out here because my Google Fu is failing me. I am moving and where I am moving to I can not mount my monitor on the wall. So what I have is on my desk a 34" ultrawide and then above it on the wall is a 43" 4K Monitor. 

 

Essentially I am looking for a stand that either clamps to the desk (and can support the weight/size of a 43" monitor) or possibly stands on the floor and just goes really high behind my desk? not sure how something like that would work. But basically from the desk the height has to be a minimum of like 30 inches to the mounting center of the raised display. I can't seem to find anything that comes close to that. Obviously it would have to be an extremely beefy mount and something like that would not be cheap which is fine.

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1 minute ago, SuperCloneRanger said:

Unfortunately not, my monitor is roughly 26-27lbs so it's significantly over the weight limit of that. 


Vivo also makes a 39" Desk Mount monitor which would work but it's weight limit is 22lbs. Reviews of that tend to say to avoid going heavier because even at the limit it's pretty wobbly.

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Since you're at the weight limit and mounting the tv near the top i would use a couple steel plates to to spread the load. one between the top of the desk and the pole and one between the bottom of the desk and the screw clamp. then if it tries to lean to one side its pushing against metal rather than soft wood(assuming you desk is wood).

 

Like these;

 

https://www.lowes.com/pd/Blue-Hawk-Standard-Washer-Plate/4136518

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For the record my mount showed up today and this thing works beautifully. Very rigid materials, I think it could easily hold 30+lbs. It holds my 27 lb 43" with no movement or issues at all. 

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