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tom h

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I fig I need a 40 foot tower for a tv ant and a 10 foot C Band dish maybe 2 and 3 ku band dishes then I be ok .I feel better than worrying about cable or other .There getting to costly .
 
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tom h

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Just don't try to put the 10 foot dish at the top of a 40 foot tower...
Oh no not going to do that .Will use the tower for over the air tv and the dishes for other things . A lot of the tv stations show about the same things any way and there free . But in my case I'm 65 miles from Jacksonville and 100 miles from sav so I need a tower for tv.
 

tom h

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Oh no not going to do that .Will use the tower for over the air tv and the dishes for other things . A lot of the tv stations show about the same things any way and there free . But in my case I'm 65 miles from Jacksonville and 100 miles from sav so I need a tower for tv.
I saw on Facebook market place someone selling a large fold out dish on a trailer I think it was a 18 foot size dish .
 

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Have you ran this report to see how the reception is in your area?
 
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Oh no not going to do that .Will use the tower for over the air tv and the dishes for other things . A lot of the tv stations show about the same things any way and there free . But in my case I'm 65 miles from Jacksonville and 100 miles from sav so I need a tower for tv.
Before you spend all that time and money to put up a 40foot tower and such, run a report at your exact house cordinates at this link, and post the results link here. That way we can see if even a 40 foot tower is workable: RabbitEars.Info
 
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Florida is flat so tower placement shouldn't be a big issue.
I lived close to Inverness with a 20ft tower and got Tampa stations very good as well as others with a rotator.
Not like where I live now in NC PA. where 10ft one way or another makes a difference on exactly where you pour the base.
 

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Florida is flat so tower placement shouldn't be a big issue.
I lived close to Inverness with a 20ft tower and got Tampa stations very good as well as others with a rotator.
Not like where I live now in NC PA. where 10ft one way or another makes a difference on exactly where you pour the base.
The point being 40ft towers can be very expensive to install, especially if he pays for brand new and installed by a company. He may not even need one, OR, in some cases even a 40ft tower wouldn't do the job.
 

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The point being 40ft towers can be very expensive to install, especially if he pays for brand new and installed by a company. He may not even need one, OR, in some cases even a 40ft tower wouldn't do the job.
I know. I was supposed to pull a permit. Living in the sticks kinda nixed that! I pawn shopped a safety belt and tiged a jib boom. The Rohn sections were used. I could have just hoisted them up and stacked them by brute force after I started. It's Florida. Ground that sucker, but good!
 
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