light 6 foot dish w/ C Band LNB on a Sg2100?

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signal.quest

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May 29, 2009
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I have a 39" offset dish w/ KU LNB setup nicely to receive 72W - 125W w/ an SG2100. This might sound crazy, but do they make a 6 foot offset dish that is constructed just as light as my 39"? How about a C band LNB that would mount on it? It would be nice to swap my 39" for a 6' and get some C band. I would rather not get into Actuators, V-Box, etc... Thanks.
 

gremlin411

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May 16, 2008
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South East Texas
If they made one that light the weight is not what you have to worry about. It would be the wind load on the dish. With a dish that size the motor would think it had a dish that weighted close to 100 lb. on it, the motor might hold it up but it would not turn it.
 
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