Welcome HOME to SatelliteGuys! We are America's Most Popular Satellite Forum!
- JOIN US AS A MEMBER TO GET RID OF MANY OF THESE ADS INCLUDING THIS BIG AD BOX!!!
- This message (and many of these ads) will appear on every screen until you register! CLICK HERE to Register for FREE!
I needed to be able to tighten the bolts without them having a load. For me, manhandling to tweak in micro adjustments and tightening the dish would always end in average results. With this, it doesn't bear any particular weight once the dish's elevation nuts are tightened (I made sure to use washers) so it should last as good as anything else in 8 months of rain per year. Looking at it now it couldn't have been easier and I am seeing signal levels that I've never had. I peaked the elevation with the turn buckle, then tightened the elevation bolts - the signal levels were unchanged. Once the nuts were tight, the adjuster doesn't have any real load on it but would be able to take a load if needed (wind?).
09-29-2012 11:16 PM