Help ID Actuator Size

Captain Midnight

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Found a lot of NOS gear. I am trying to figure out the size. Seller says it is 36" but it looks shorter. What say you?
 

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MikeI

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It might say in that yellow wording where the motor moves? I couldn't get the picture close enough to tell.

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Captain Midnight

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It might say in that yellow wording where the motor moves? I couldn't get the picture close enough to tell.

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I am going to ask for a model number. It should likely end in "36" if it is a true 36" model. And I will compare the number of chaparral feedhorn diameters it takes to span my 24" superjack actuator
 
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Cham

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Judging by feedhorn diameters likely a 24". If the measurment between where the motor and end of the tube where the center moves in and out is 26-27" then is likely a 24. If it's a foot longer then...
Lots of LNBs and a spare servo are always good to have. What are the specs (models) on the LNBs?
 

Captain Midnight

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Sep 16, 2019
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Greers Ferry, Arkansas
Judging by feedhorn diameters likely a 24". If the measurment between where the motor and end of the tube where the center moves in and out is 26-27" then is likely a 24. If it's a foot longer then...
Lots of LNBs and a spare servo are always good to have. What are the specs (models) on the LNBs?
California Amplifier Slimline II model
I think 30°K noise rating
 
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