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Old 07-28-2013, 08:24 PM   #21
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nice link for the satellite dish mount stg 1. small and lightweight.
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Old 07-29-2013, 02:53 PM   #22
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nice link for the satellite dish mount stg 1. small and lightweight.
It's easy to set up to. just get your azimuth and elevation from the screen, take your compass and point. I made pointing easier by putting a black line on the base where the vertical pipe sits. Also I used the elbow joints for the feet that have the screw threads on one end. Then I used the screw in plugs to be adjustable. And I cut dowel pins different lengths to help with elevation.
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Gaspeddler stated it very well. If you want DirecTV HD and auto setup, it will be lots of $s. I have DirecTV at home so I thought I would use them for my fiver but not at that price. I went with with Dish for the RV because of cost. I got the Tailgater with 211 receiver, cable and remote for $199. It has worked well for us and it is easy to setup. Draw back is one TV only. Good Luck
Where did you find your tailgater and receiver that cheap?
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