I assume that is screwed into something above it? I can't place holes in my Volvo but something like this might work if I mounted it to a board and strapped the board to the underside of the upper bunk.
Thanks for a new ideas.
Mounting a Flatscreen TV in the truck
Discussion in 'Trucking Electronics, Gadgets and Software Forum' started by CobraDane, Sep 21, 2013.
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MidWest_MacDaddy Road Train Member
- Feb 21, 2015
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So I ordered one of the "TV Jockeys" back in April. I waited two weeks and nothing ever came. So i wrote the guy a email and no one ever responded to me. So I got a little angry and I wrote another email demanding my money back. He then wrote me back with a attitude, "I've been sick and in the hospital, you will get your TV jockey". I waited another month and half. It is now July 6th, still not TV mount for my truck. I've had this TV that I have been trying to mount for months now. I decided to write him a email just to ask for my money back. So I did. He ignored me. I then wrote another email saying if you do not refund my money for the item I have never received I will write negative reviews about your company. He then wrote me back, "I will sue you for defamation on character." I proceeded to get angry and asked him how he could sue me for freedom of speech? He wrote me back cursing at me saying that he was ####ing out of stock and I will get it when ever he gets it." I told him i was no longer interested in his mount since I have to wait months to get it and realizing I can do the something with another mount. He refuses to give me back my money and actually said he was going to sue me for stealing my money. I then made a request to paypal, and they make you work it out first so i wrote that all i wanted was my money for a item that i never received and cant be told when I am going to receive it. He wrote " i will not refund his money"
Is it not my right to demand my money back? Is it not a crime to take someones money and to not send them anything? I am talking about 3 months now. No TV jockey. I have to chase him to even get him to respond. Then for asking for my money back for a product i never received, i get threaten with a lawsuit?
what happened to customer is always right, especially when the customer is actually right? Can someone please shed some light in what im doing wrong? All I am wanting is my money back. Nothing more. Now I have to waste my precious time in writing these long reviews to strike a little fear into a stubborn wanna be business that is manufacturing this things in China for pennies on the dollar and taking half of a year to deliver.
Can someone please tell me how can a business that is trying to succeed, treat a customer with unfair practices? Or is it even a real business? My advise is move on to another product, Get a regular TV mount and do a little basic welding to make it stronger and save yourself the headache and threats and 80 bucks that you might never get back.
BlackCatX Bobtail Member
- May 17, 2016
Please stop saying elogs are a reason to have a tv in the truck! It's stupid. Sometimes you break down or a road closes due to weather or you get held up at a shipper or receiver or you get laid over waiting for a plan from dispatch. None of these things have anything to do with elogs creating extra time for someone to watch tv.
If anyone has any helpful suggestions or links on how to mount a tv in a truck without screws? Show some pics or something.
....Well to get this thread back on track, here is my setup. But first tho most of the the other setups didnt seem to work for me the Tv's were to small and seem mounted in a weird way. Second i really didnt see any setups that not drilling made it better,so drill baby drill. Coming up with one of the best set ive seen out thereHere.
- SAMSUNG 32" 5000 Series led tv (non smart) UN32J5003
- Duramount wall mount IG-DMARTWM-1756
- 300 Watt Power Drive Inverter
- 2013 Freightliner Cascadia
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