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PA mount bracket [message #22245] Tue, 27 January 2015 18:03 Go to next message
twault is currently offline  twault
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Anybody know where I can find the tnr cabinet bracket stand mount for a 300 PA? I just have one one one side. Also...I have never seen the chrome stand in the wild. How much would one run? Is there a reproduction or modern replacement?

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Re: PA mount bracket [message #22253 is a reply to message #22245] Wed, 28 January 2015 00:44 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Iowa Boy is currently offline  Iowa Boy
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The chrome adapter for the amps are still available every now and then on ebay or someone here might have one. Forget about finding a stand they are all but non existent. And anyone that does have one knows they are sitting on gold. The story that I have repeatedly been told was that they were a pain in the butt to put together and took 2 people to put a K-400 amp head into. Apparently a lot of people just got tired of the hassle and just tossed them. Either make yourself one out of 3/4 conduit if you know someone who can bend it for you or buy one of those chromed 2 shelf utility carts that have wheels. They are available at any food equipment supply house. The only one's I've seen in Home Depot or Lowes I wouldn't trust to hold the weight of one of those amps.....too light weight.

I bought a cart that has five shelves and I removed the top one and cut the support bars so now I have only 4 shelves and the top shelf is for my main amp and the following 2 lower shelves are for the slave amp and the monitor amp and the bottom shelf for a back-up amp. Heavy duty enough to hold the weight but also on industrial wheels so its easy to move around.

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Re: PA mount bracket [message #22254 is a reply to message #22253] Wed, 28 January 2015 05:42 Go to previous messageGo to next message
pleat is currently offline  pleat
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The original stands were one piece and didn't break down into 3 pieces for travel. Later Kustom made the stands to break down into left and right side, and depending which head the stand was for, (K200, K300, K400, and K600) PA the center bar is a different length.

For bolting the stand to the head, I set the PA on the floor, bolt the stand to head with the stand on the floor as well, leave the mounting bolts loose, and pick up the amp head and let the stand swing until it is upright, tighten the bolts with the angle you want the faceplate to sit.

For tear down, loosen the bolts, walk the head down to the floor and remove the bolts and the remove the center section of the stand.

One person job, and you don't have to try and have someone hold up the head while you insert the bolts and try and tighten the bolts.
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Re: PA mount bracket [message #22257 is a reply to message #22254] Wed, 28 January 2015 14:21 Go to previous messageGo to next message
twault is currently offline  twault
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Location: belmont, oh
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Wow! Sounds like fun, lol. What would an original in halfway decent shape run? I doubt I would ever spend that kind of money on a stand, but I do plan on collecting a few pieces and would like them to be complete. I guess I will check eBay for for the bracket on a semi-regular basis.



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Re: PA mount bracket [message #22284 is a reply to message #22245] Sun, 01 February 2015 11:16 Go to previous message
sunnhead is currently offline  sunnhead
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The last stand I saw on Ebay sold for some 300+ Dollars
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