Last night, I removed a free 8' mesh dish from a couple's back yard. I was excited at first when they said that I could have it(it would be my first dish)...but, on close inspection, I noticed a lot of rust. Some of the radial supports are rusted enough that they have holes. Many of the bolts were essentially welded with rust and simply sheared when I attempted to remove them. Anyway, I eventually got it disassembled into the mount pieces and the 4-quarter mesh dish pieces. There is a Von Weise actuator thing(presumably usable post-cleaning and lubrication), an old Chapparel LNBF(I assume obsolete), and a scaler/mount thing. Long story short, I'm bummed about the rusted through radial support arms. So: Would you try to rehab a dish in bad condition? Would you hang on to the parts(mount, actuator, etc.)to use in another project, but recycle the dish? There's a 12' fiberglass(I think) dish available kinda near me. Would you recommend that I go get that instead? If so, do fiberglass dishes come apart into sections like this one did? Because, I don't know that I can handle it by myself.