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  Reply # 1060420 6-Jun-2014 15:04
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Gordy7:

The Jaycar CW-2825 online drawing image shows that the wall plate bracket would only fit 450mm studs.

But the text describing the bracket which I missed previously: and installation on 450 or 600mm stud centres.



The box instore has the correct dimensions of it of 630mm (i think by memory) for a 600mm stud.



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  Reply # 1062142 9-Jun-2014 20:05
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Well picked up the jaycar mount and put it up today.
Nice solid mount, fits between either 450 or 600mm studs.
Heavy as a mofo, weighs a fair bit so it does need to be mounted on two studs.
If you get one id definately recommend it, and also an extra set of hands is s must.

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