Camos Crank-up dish

Discussion in 'TV & Satellite' started by keith, Jul 14, 2008.

  1. keith

    keith Funster

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    Decided I have spent toooooooo much time outside in the rain getting our sat. dash set up so bought one of THESE :thumb:

    Scary drilling a 38mm hole through the roof though. :Eeek:

    Was easy to fit & on finishing installation took me within 1 min. to get a picture :thumb:

    My reason for choosing this one was that it has a smaller profile than the Maxview, in hieght, both up & down & weighs less. It also appears it is very tollerant of any slight missalignment, & no skew to worry about.. ::bigsmile:

    Forgot to add it's cheaper than Outdoor bits or Roadpro as well from HERE
     
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  2. andyman

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    I have been thinking of a roof mounted dish for a while. And I was waiting for someone to buy one of these flat sats, to see if they were OK. Me thinks I will be on the phone tommorow. Well donw Kieth

    Andy
     
  3. Ralph-Dot

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    looks good
     
  4. scotjimland

    scotjimland Funster Life Member

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    Hi Keith

    Six months on, how is it performing and are you pleased with it .. how far south have you used it ?

    TIA

    Jim
     

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