Kijiji, eBay, and Craigslist dishes for you to take a look at

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    I've never heard of a 10' Hydro, but that looks like one.
    The table is an excellent idea.
    Good place to set your tools & receiver during alignment!
    That hoop over the top is to hold some sort of cover, to make it look more like an umbrella.
    Very clever. :)

    The Ajak H-H motor makes this a must-have.
    The analog receiver was nice in its day, but worthless now.
    Same for the LNB/feed, IMO.
    Guess its worth what you want to pay, but some great pieces for a serious FTAer. ! ;)
     
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    The Ajak H-H motor.

    Will you post some pics of the motor with the cover off if possible. :)
     
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    That is awesome. Was going to do the same thing with a 10 footer I had 10 years ago but the HOA threw a fit before I even started getting it up. That dish used to have a sunbrella cover on it. I wanted one but they were very pricey. Plus I had to scrap the dish before the project even started. I hate subdivisions.
     
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    Toshiba TRX-2220 satellite receivers and other Toshiba's are great movers highest quality made in Japan.
    and will work many years after the china crap goes to the recyclable bins and the stuff they are sending just gets worse daily. imho
     
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    Yes, the best I've seen. :up
    I have one. Looks new.
    Just not a fan of moving a BUD with an analog receiver.
    No disrespect to the Toshiba. ;)
     
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    sure looks like 1
    ouch $$$$
    a bunch of 2x4 and frame around it rope it up, cut pole and lower to ground.
    have lowered them off a roof to the ground with 2x4 slide easy stuff lol
     
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    2 Satellite Dishes 1 Alum /w Tuner - 1 Fiberglass (Campbelltown, PA)

    2 Satellite Dishes 1 /w Tuner . They look to be 10 ft. The one with the General tuner is aluminum mesh and needs to be removed. The other is fiberglass never installed in two half's. Make some offers. Bring own labor/tools to remove. I though the fiberglass one could be a form for a small fish pond. Please, only serious buyers(cash only) inquire. They are older and have health issues and I don't want to disturb them unnecessarily. Please respect that. Respond with "Satellite Dish" in the header then include your contact number. No spammers. Make offers.. IF IT'S STILL LISTED, IT'S NOT SOLD. Thanks for looking.

    http://harrisburg.craigslist.org/for/3572257565.html
     
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    more Craigslist dishes for your perusal

    I emailed the guy and he clearly said ... If no crane don't even bother.


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    Boom into your truck two hour minimum is usually $300 or less. They are bonded for any lift incident. You will likely be driving away from the property with the dish in your truck within 30-45 minutes. Well worth it in my opinion!
     

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