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11-21-2006 07:16 AM #7
Very interesting! I've never seen one done that way before. If it holds up, that could be a solution for mounting a Winegard 76cm on a HH-90 motor
Current systems: 3X GEOSATpro microHD PVRs; Digitrans DTE-7150 DVB/Digicipher II; SiliconDust HDHomeRun ATSC/QAM networked tuners; fixed 1 meter Channel Master dish with Eagle Aspen P870 FSS stacked Ku LNB; 2X 3ABN 36" dishes with Sadoun KBSL1 stacked Ku LNBFs on Powermax SG-9120B H-H motors; fixed Sadoun SD180G 1.8 meter dish with Eagle Aspen B1SAT stacked C LNBF; Winegard Square Shooter OTA DTV antenna
11-21-2006 07:28 AM #8SatelliteGuys Junkie
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The setup actually still allows the dish elevation adjustments to work.
I might possibly add a 6th plate on the 2nd side for more stability, I'm going to pick one up next time I'm near the hardware store.
It's been a couple of days, and the dish is still tracking the arc fine. We haven't had a winter storm yet, but I'm pretty sure it will hold out fine.
It was a fun challenge. I sat and stared at the original mount for probably a couple of hours before I came up with this idea. I didn't want to waste that perfectly good dish
11-21-2006 09:37 AM #9
VERY nice lookingDirectv Slimline SWM 5 LNB and DirectvWorld dish on the roof of the apartment building...Directv HR34 AKA Genie
All FTA stuff in storage right now
11-21-2006 11:53 AM #10
Nice pictures, and as Tron said, "Very Interesting". I might give that a try, so I can place 2 dishes on 1 pole. Thanks for the idea!
11-21-2006 06:36 PM #11