Invacom OPH-031 & 90cm Fortec (1 Viewer)

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Richo

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I just got an Invacom OPH-031 to put on my 90cm Fortec dish. When I opened the box and held the Invacom, I couldn't believe the weight. So, what I want to know is, is this LNB too heavy for the arm on the dish. I read a lot of good things about this LNB and hoping to see if it having higher gain improves any weaker transponders. I have a Tracker II now which I like but one dosen't know what one likes until one tries all the others. This FTA is a sickness..... is there a cure?
 
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SatinKzo

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I have the same LNB on my 90cm Fortec. Been in use almost 2 years now with no ill effects on the support arm. Even with ice and snow adding weight in the winter. I wouldn't worry about it.
 

Richo

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Thanks!!!! Tomorrow it goes on! Thanks again for such a quick reply.
 
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