Chief X-Large Fusion Micro-Adjustable Tilt Wall Mount (Load Up to 250 lb, TAA Compliant)

Chief X-Large Fusion Micro-Adjustable Tilt Wall Mount (Load Up to 250 lb, TAA Compliant)
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Chief XTM Overview

Chief upgraded fixed wall mounts based on installer feedback and direct observations of installers in the field. Many new features join Fusion favorites like Centerless shift, Centris tilt, ControlZone leveling adjustment and ClickConnect Latching.

New benefits included added stability, faster install, improved lateral shift, easier cable management and enhanced security.

Installer-inspired Fusion tilt mount solves top flat panel installation problems, offering flexible adjustments for large displays with a low-profile display mounting solution.

Mounting Pattern Compatibility (Universal Versions): 100 x 100 mm - 1080 x 600 mm
UPC: 841872165547

Chief XTM Specs

Product Information
Device SupportedTV
Maximum Load Capacity250 lb
Minimum Screen Size Supported55"
Maximum Screen Size Supported82"
Adjustable Height
Cable Management
ClickConnect Latching
ControlZone Leveling Adjustment
Lateral Adjustment
Physical Characteristics
Certifications & Standards
  • TAA
  • UL
Packaging Info
Package Weight27 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)45.8 x 18 x 3.1"

Chief XTM Reviews

The ONLY display mount to buy!

By Anonymous
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2017-05-30

Chief has always made a quality product.

Overall a good product. Some quality issues.

By Anonymous
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2017-03-31

Bolts were cheap many broke while installing necessitating purchase of a better made stronger bolt. I will only recommend with the suggestion that whoever is purchasing be prepared to buy new stronger grade bolts.

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Is there a template for mounting
Asked by: Anonymous
NO! Completely unnecessary! Figure the center of where you want the tv, left,right and up,down and mark it with a pencil. Before removing uprights spread them out to max and that is the most they can be mounted apart from each other on the wall. I would subtract an inch to avoid problems. Ideally you want to mount them 22-26 inches apart at the same height. It is all dictated by where your studs are located. Just dont mount to close together, less than 16 inches apart you best keep it centered all the time. Remove the uprights from the crossbars. You can use the same upright to mark both sets of holes. Your template. Use hardware capable of bearing the load(250lbs). If they are mounted at different heights as long as not to much. Half inch or so. There are screws at the top of each to level the bars perfectly. This is probably the BEST TV stand for sale anywhere! GOOD LUCK!!!
Answered by: Paul H.
Date published: 2018-08-26
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