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Anonymous
April 7, 2004 11:53:33 PM

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can a fortec 75 dish mount work with this motor or does one have to change
the mount bracket to the motor at the dish pivot bolt for elevation is
located at the top where the motor enters the dish mounting bracket.
can one reverse the bracket ? Or is a univeral bracket required.

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Anonymous
April 8, 2004 6:30:26 AM

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"sat" <spam@nospam.com> wrote in news:06WdnfPTdd_gCendRVn-vA@look.ca:

> can a fortec 75 dish mount work with this motor or does one have to
> change the mount bracket to the motor at the dish pivot bolt for
> elevation is located at the top where the motor enters the dish
> mounting bracket. can one reverse the bracket ? Or is a univeral
> bracket required.
>
>
>

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Did you check that instructions at:
http://www.sadoun.com/Sat/Installation/HH-mount-install...

I can't quite understand what you are asking. The sadoun site does not
list a Fortec 75 dish. They have an 80 dish listed.

I have a Fortec 90 dish with a STAB motor. The dish came with a mount
which I suppose is for roof-top or wall mount. The STAB would have
mounted on it OK but I chose to to mount it on a galvanized post in my
back yard instead. The motor has a bracket that clamps to any vertical
mast and the Fortec 90 dish has a bracket that clamps to the motor shaft.

I have a commercial 48" spun aluminum dish that I plan to use when I am
in the mood to do some upgrading. It is a heavy dish and is probably too
heavy for an HH motor so I plan to get a V-box II interface and an
actuator that I once used with a 10' C-band dish.

PON
Anonymous
April 9, 2004 3:51:34 AM

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I looked at the site and didnt see any manual for it, but I got a relpy from
the seller , I dont need a bracket for it.
"Pseud O. Nym" <pon@blurry-vision.com> wrote in message
news:Xns94C4DAE39CED2blurryvision@24.93.43.121...
> "sat" <spam@nospam.com> wrote in news:06WdnfPTdd_gCendRVn-vA@look.ca:
>
> > can a fortec 75 dish mount work with this motor or does one have to
> > change the mount bracket to the motor at the dish pivot bolt for
> > elevation is located at the top where the motor enters the dish
> > mounting bracket. can one reverse the bracket ? Or is a univeral
> > bracket required.
> >
> >
> >
>
> ++++++++++++++++
>
> Did you check that instructions at:
> http://www.sadoun.com/Sat/Installation/HH-mount-install...
>
> I can't quite understand what you are asking. The sadoun site does not
> list a Fortec 75 dish. They have an 80 dish listed.
>
> I have a Fortec 90 dish with a STAB motor. The dish came with a mount
> which I suppose is for roof-top or wall mount. The STAB would have
> mounted on it OK but I chose to to mount it on a galvanized post in my
> back yard instead. The motor has a bracket that clamps to any vertical
> mast and the Fortec 90 dish has a bracket that clamps to the motor shaft.
>
> I have a commercial 48" spun aluminum dish that I plan to use when I am
> in the mood to do some upgrading. It is a heavy dish and is probably too
> heavy for an HH motor so I plan to get a V-box II interface and an
> actuator that I once used with a 10' C-band dish.
>
> PON
>
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