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04-06-2012 09:48 PM #1
Craigslist dishes for your perusal
Free - 10' mesh - Northern Kentucky
10 Foot Satellite Dish Free/ Art Project?
$50 - 8' mesh - West Covina, CA
***LARGE OUTDOOR SATELLITE DISH***
$50 - large mesh - West Ariel, PA
Satellite Dish Huge needs to go!
Make offer - 10' - Ontario, OH
large satellite dish
$150 - 10' mesh - Stokesdale, NC
Satellite Dish C/Ku Band Large 10 foot diameter
$120 - Birdview perf - S Salem, OR
Large satellite dish
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04-06-2012 10:00 PM #2FTA Bumpkin
If the measurement is correct that Birdview is 9'-6, I have never seen one of those (bigger than 8'-6) "in the flesh". BV did list the 9'-6 size in some of their literature.
Also never seen that logo "The New Birdview". Anyone else seen that? Did BV reorganize or something?
If that reflector has good shape that would be quite a signal catcher.C-Band: 12' Unimesh/AJAK 180/GeoSat C2***10' "Perfect 10" mesh/GeoSat C2*** 8.5' Birdview solid/BV H-H/GeoSat C2*** 7.5' Unimesh/CalAmp voltage-controlled LNBF***...C-Band LOS from 58W-139W
Ku-Band: 3ABN .9m/SL1PLL LNBF/SG2100***Fortec .9m/TrackerII LNBF/STAB HH90***7.25' Birdview "Spoon"/TrackerII/70:1 BV H-H***Prodelin 1.8m/GeoSat Bullet/AJAK 180 H-H***Paraclipse Hydro 1.5m Prime Focus/Linear Actuator/C120 LNBF...Ku-Band LOS from 30W-129W
Receivers: Toshiba TRX-1820 Analog-->AZBox Elite/Openbox S9 HDx2***GeosatPro microHD
OTA Digital: CM 4228/CM 7777 Preamp/Apex DT-250 for OTA Locals, Toshiba 46" Regza & Toshiba 19" LCDs
In Progress: (2) Birdview 8.5' (1 solid & 1 perf) w/Birdview H-H mounts, "Drake" 10' solid alum....*BVOC Asst. Cook & Bottlewasher*
04-07-2012 11:22 AM #3
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04-09-2012 02:46 PM #5
I just found two for a guy in the last two months or so.
The first one was an 8'. Gave the guy $25 and pulled it out and filled hole. He was more than happy to let it go.
The second was a 7.5. The woman orig wanted $50 and it was pulled out. See ended up with $40.
Both in good shape and came with mover, LNB's and the 8' had a LNB cover.
So in the end DON'T be too eager and remind them not too many people want them. They want the no thought / no scan time small dishs
Leave a number (google voice has free ones that can be forwarded) and stop by in two or three months see if is still around.
If you have time pull up google maps, Bing, etc and look at arial photos to see if you can spot one.
04-09-2012 03:41 PM #6
Locally I've only seen one BUD advertised on CL. It was a mesh dish and apparently belonged to this person's father, who had since passed on. I think it was a 7 or 8 footer. The person was asking 300 bucks, but didn't offer a phone number. So I had to email him. The following is what I said to him in the email, since I still have a copy in my sent folder. Never heard a word back from him tho.
"Not trying to sound insulting or anything, but depending on how bad you want to get rid of this, you might be better off giving it away. I see abandoned big dishes around here all the time. I currently have a 7 1/2' dish I'm using. It was an abandoned dish someone let me have for free. It's dented from hail storms in the past. Still works good tho, but just doesn't look that great. So if you get to the point that you can't sell this, I might be interested, depending on it's condition, and how hard it is to take down, and of course if it's free. I'm sure your dad would have oeferred this found a good home, than for it to see the scrap pile eventually, or for it to just sit there like that, with no one taking pleasure in it. Since big dishes like this are my hobby as well, I'm sure he would have wanted this dish to go to a good home. So keep me in mind in case no one wants to buy it."
But like I said, the dude never even responded to my email. Maybe I was just being to subtle and my point went over his head?