Screen support mounting

Rated 4.80 out of 5 based on 5 customer ratings
(5 customer reviews)


Monitor support to be mounted on the sim rig. Adjustable in height and back and forward so the monitors can be adjusted to fit the optimum position.

Leadtime 5-10 working days before shipping.


SKU: SL3040 Category: Tags: , , , ,


Set of 10 mm Aluminium black coated brackets to uphold a single or triple screen assembly above your rig. The brackets also can be ordered separately.

Screen support triple mount:

  • 2 Black powder coated 10 mm thick screen support brackets
  • Pivot plates
  • 3 VESA 100 mm plates
  • Aluminium profiles, endcaps, screws and bolts

Screen support single mount:

  • Black 10 mm thick screen support brackets
  • 1 VESA 100 mm plates
  • Aluminium profiles, endcaps, screws and bolt

Screen support brackets set:

  • Black 10 mm thick screen support brackets
  • M8x20 mm bolts (10x)

Additional information

Weight 2800 g

Bracket set only, Brackets including triple mount VESA 100 mm, Brackets including single monitor mount VESA 100 mm

Shipping information

Current production time for Screen support mounting:

  • EU orders: 5 business days
  • Export orders: 10 business days

5 reviews for Screen support mounting

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Pierre (verified owner)

    Very sturdy, nice look and perfectly adjustable.

  2. Rated 4 out of 5


    Hello for what size of screens?

  3. Rated 5 out of 5


    What size max screens? Does it fit to all type your chasis?

    • Richard Schouteren

      Hi, Max everything that has a VESA 100mm. For the GT2 we recommend the free standing versions. This is only for adjustability reasons, there is less room on the GT2.

  4. Rated 5 out of 5


    Is it possible to mount a curved 65 inch tv with this to the P1?

    • Richard Schouteren


      Depends on a couple of things, please send a email to we can help you there. Also we need the VESA size, but I am guessing it will be 400×400 mm. Thanks!

  5. Rated 5 out of 5


    Hello. Could this be fitted to a Hyper Stimulator cockpit ?

    • Richard Schouteren

      Hello Yes that should be possible without problem.Just need to drill holes in the rig.

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