[rescue] Heavy monitors on an Indy
dan.williams at btconnect.com
Mon Jan 6 16:26:05 CST 2003
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From: "Kevin" <kevin at mpcf.com>
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Subject: Re: [rescue] Heavy monitors on an Indy
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> This is a 24" monitor. I doubt the Indy can drive it in 16:10
> so it will only be temporary. If it can hold 230lbs temp, i
> am assuming it would be OK for a 92lb monitor to be there for
> a week or so.
> If that turns out not to be the case,
> i'll let you know. This is all assuming i can get the
> On Mon, 6 Jan 2003 16:58:12 -0500
> Kurt Huhn <kurt at k-huhn.com> wrote:
> > Kevin <kevin at mpcf.com> wrote:
> > > Anyone know what the limit is for how much weight you can
> > > put on top of an Indy? 92lbs too much?
> > >
> > I weigh around 230, and I have stood on an Indy. However, I
> > would not do so for any length of time.
> > I personally wouldn't feel comfy putting that much weight on
> > one...
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I have an old DEC monitor 21"+ a vax 3100 sitting on mine and it seems fine
for now ......
I would say it is around 100lb.
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