will a maxview fit SATELLITE SYSTEM on my rv

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  1. do1977

    do1977 Read Only Funster

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    well i have jst got a 33ft fleewood pusher a class and i have a SATELLITE SYSTEM B2590 new in the box
    i wan to no will this go on the roof as the roof is quite thick???
    and where should i put it as i have 2 ac units on the roof asill it afect the signal if is to close?
     
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    Hi

    I have one on my RV, if the roof is too thick contact Maxview who will provide a longer tube and spindle.

    RE, air con, no problem, make sure it can rotate 360 deg without fouling and has room to park .. mine is very close to the front air con .. no affect on signal ..


    you can see mine in this pic

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    jim
     
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    ok thats what i needed to no i will have some fun this weekend fitting 7 large solar panals and the dish and a 28" tv :BigGrin:

    a home from home
     
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    Hi, it doesn't matter how thick you are maxview will fit it to a tent if you are paying:Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1: and if you can't fit all the solar panels in chuck one this way I need another, hee hee
     
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    I fitted one on my Hurricane , as well as screw fixing sealed with Dicor, no problem.
     
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    well i no a guy who sells them quite cheep i think he has some 80w panals £140 each
     
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    have you had any problems with the maxview as still think i should go auto
     
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    You had to ask:RollEyes:
     
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    Ditto :whistle:
     
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    Most folks are happy with the cranky, it performs extremely well and after a bit of practice it is easy to set up ... however, read my post about 'not so good in the wind..'

    IMO there are better crank ups on the market .. you pays your money ..etc

    http://www.motorhomefun.co.uk/tv-satellite/2606-maxview-crank-up-not-so-good-wind.html

    hth

    jim
     
  12. stagman

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    I got a Maxview Crank up dish . Used it in all sorts of weather with no problems .Pretty windy in Malvern last weekend and worked great .Probabally the only one that is really better in windy conditions would be the Dome type , but at nearly 5 x the price ? :thumb:
     
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    wel i payed £250 in the box so i cant see why i should spend £1600
     
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    yes, still in use
     
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    and is yours the same as mine B2590?
     
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    yes, same
     
  18. stagman

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    I totally agree with you and £250 is a great price .I paid £325 for mine .:thumb:
     
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    I have the camos flat sat plus, crank up. Have had it up in really severe winds and its the dogs doo da's

    Jim
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  20. stagman

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    Yes I looked at the Camos and looks good kit but at nearly £200 more than the Maxview decided against it . Having bought and fitted the Maxview to a previous van I knew exactly what I was getting .An unit that is easy to install and use .:thumb:
     
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