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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" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> "sat" <firstname.lastname@example.org> 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:
> 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.