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  1. I'm selling a fresh out of the box, never been used, GPI PRO Telescoping Monitor Arm & Post Clamp Assembly. $900
  2. (2) SD Upper J boxes (1) SD Lower J box (1) Telescoping Center post WITH SD center post cable. (1) 9" Pro camera plate (2) 7" Pro camera plates $3000 takes it all. Offers welcome too. Willing to separate, PM for individual prices.
  3. Hey friends! Ive been having some difficulty with this bracket issue so I thought I should take it to the forum. It seems like a simple thing, but Ill take as much advice as I can to make this work. I just purchased a rig that included an XCS telescoping dual rod monitor bracket. Ive been trying to use my smallHD DP7 High Bright with it, but the screw in the mount keeps spinning, not allowing the monitor to tighten fully. I can take the mount apart and use a tool to screw in the mount to the monitor, but it is time consuming and rather backwards if you ask me. Im thinking the best option is to Loctite the screw in there, but Im afraid the monitor will become tight past or before a perfect level, and there isn't a way to adjust the mount itself if that occurs. (Just a horizontal 360 axis and a monitor pan). Ive been racking my brain for a solution but I've come up empty. P.S. And that kip lever is in a really stupid spot. Any ideas to make this bracket easier to work with? Thanks everyone.
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