Making a choice with my Setup before the Snow

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Eastcoast

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I currently have a 1.2 meter Andrew dish mounted on a SG2100 and a less that 2 inch pole.I am having some problems as the motor struggles with the heavy dish and the post needs to be replaced with a 2 3/8 in.
I think I will either have to mount the 1.2M dish on a fixed pole and use several LNB's or put my 1 M winegard dish back with the SG2100.
I will change the pole to 2 3/8 in either case.
Any suggestions as to using the 1.2 M as a fixed unit with 2 or 3 lnb's or better to go back to the 1 Meter dish.

Don't have room for both at this time.

Dave:hungry:
 

iafirebuff

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Feb 10, 2006
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I would go back to the smaller dish, unless you are having issues with signal quality, etc. Here in Iowa, I get about the same signal quality on my 80cm as I do my Primestar. But, I see you are in Canada....hasn't it been winter there for awhile? hehe

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Eastcoast

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I hear ya Larry
The 1 meter is what I was leaning towards as I like the motor, and the weather well mainland Canada has beed getting snow we have been getting alot of high wind and rain here. I'm not a lover of snow.

Dave
 
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