I am just wondering how you sighted that thing in.:lol:Mertzen said:Fire away boys :lol: :grin: :hurah:
I am just wondering how you sighted that thing in.:lol:Mertzen said:
Take dish down, selftap 2" pipe to this, mount dish. :lol:RobertE said::eek2:
Thats nuts man.
What are you going to do when the call in a couple of months for the HD upgrade? :lol:
Tree was blocking 119. Customer wanted para todos package. HSP refused.Dknow said:I have only one question: WHY?
thats what i was thinking...tonyd79 said:That thing holds up in the wind????
3 months up there and counting. And plenty of summer thunderstorms have passed.tonyd79 said:That thing holds up in the wind????
Phase3. But I have done a slimline in a similar way.jefbal99 said:is that a slimline or a phase 3?
That's why it's grounded. Plus there are taller trees and buildings around.fl panthers said:nice lightning rod
Looks good today................The other extreme is a chimney sitting in the middle of an intersection with the same dish attached......The caption was something like THIS IS WHY I DON'T DO DTV ANY MORE. THE HSP BACK CHARGED ME FOR FAILURE TO CONNECT THE DISH TO A SECURE PART OF THE STRUCTURE. This was with hurricane winds. What I see will last about a week.Mertzen said:
Easy, I've done many of them.west99999 said:I am just wondering how you sighted that thing in.:lol:
Yeah, we don't get too many of them here anyway. Plus it would be the last thing on many people's mind if it did. :lol:Grentz said:Now, I cant imagine this would go through a hurricane, but it looks plenty good to tough it through regular storms and what not