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Old 10-11-2012, 08:22 PM   #1
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Considering installing Sat Dome on MH

I have a portable Dish Metwork dish I have used in the past with my 5th wheel trailers. I now have a Georgetown and was looking around for one to mount onthe roof.
I DO NOT need the in-motion type so that eliminates that type.
Now if I can find one that is a dome or laydown dish that is autoseeking multiple sats and can be used with either DISH or DirecTV would be great.

My Georgetown is already prewired on the roof for a Sat dish with coax and 12 volt wiring.

So what types do you suggest and why one is better than the rest?
What brand and model does the Birkshires come with?

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Old 10-11-2012, 08:42 PM   #2
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I have a portable Dish Metwork dish I have used in the past with my 5th wheel trailers. I now have a Georgetown and was looking around for one to mount onthe roof.
I DO NOT need the in-motion type so that eliminates that type.
Now if I can find one that is a dome or laydown dish that is autoseeking multiple sats and can be used with either DISH or DirecTV would be great.

My Georgetown is already prewired on the roof for a Sat dish with coax and 12 volt wiring.

So what types do you suggest and why one is better than the rest?
What brand and model does the Birkshires come with?

Thanks
Dish tailgater! Cheapest version I've seen.
The lay down dish that works with winegard antenna is over a grand plus install.
I believe you can get a tailgater for around three hundy .

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Old 10-16-2012, 07:18 PM   #3
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We had the Traveler installed on our new coach and could not be happier. We had a mini max on the previous coach and several times we would not get signal where we do with the Traveler.
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Old 10-16-2012, 07:22 PM   #4
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We had the Traveler installed on our new coach and could not be happier. We had a mini max on the previous coach and several times we would not get signal where we do with the Traveler.
Not familiar withWinegard Traveller but will check it out.
For some reason I was only think dome type for my motrohome and not open dish type.
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Yes Sir.


Wineguard is the manufacturer. I believe Adventure RV had a sale on them this past week.
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