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godfather818

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Hey guys I have a DTV 5 LNB dish slimline. If I replace the lnb with a linear lnb, can I get 97w. The dish size is 32 in width and about 23 in length. Is it possible to get 97w?
 
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Mr Tony

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you can try but you may only get the very strong stuff....the dish is on the small side and you'd have to fabricate something to make a KU LNB to be in the right spot
 
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Anole

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not for your first dish

I'd been kind of wondering about converting the larger DirecTV Ku/Ka dishes for FTA.

The Dish Network SuperDish is technically a bit too small, at 36" x 20" , but already has an FSS LNB mounted at the sweet spot.
Some users are putting them up for the less challenging signals.
I've said before I wouldn't spend money on one, but for the fellow who already has one for free, it's worth a try.

At an advertized
22.5 in. x 32.5 in., I wonder how the DirecTV Slimline would work out.?
I haven't seen anyone come up with a clever way to mount a proper LNB, but it shouldn't be too difficult.

Just remember when you have trouble, "we told ya so"... :D

 
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