That is a good dish. You'll get many feeds with it. Of course the 1.2m would always be better, and almost required if you want to get nearly *everything* Ku has to offer (such as the CBS and Fox feeds on 99).I have a Ku Geosat 90cm, would a 1.2 be better, which is just about 4 ft.
I have a 8 ft and a 10 ft I also live so Oregon our sat signals should be about the same. My 10 ft will bring a lot UHD and weak signal that the 8 ft will not pick up . 6 ft is not a good choice for cband. A good budgetI know it is hard to even find Dealers anymore. Would like to get a 6ft Black Wire Mesh Dish.
Not sure how good it would work in my area.
The sats I view a lot on KU 91W NBC WILD FEEDS and sports , 95W 12 music channels. 97W 120 ch. Smile.,JUC TV.. international news Movies. 103W NBC Broadcast and wild feeds COZI TV, RT other news feeds. 125W PBSAs you see, I do have the Geosat 90 cm, most likely going to Sacramento area and pick up a Geosat 1.2 with ku lnbf. Not sure what birds I can pick up here in Calif.
While you can fit that size dish, it's the wind load that really causes issues. Wind at even a few miles an hour blowing directly against the dish, can cause gear-stripping. So, while you might be able to use this motor, it'll probably wear out quickly.Bryan, was just looking at specs, on my MOTECK SG2100, says maximum 1.2 dish diameter. Or does depend on weight of dish?