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It might, but I *strongly* recommend against it. These mounts make it very difficult to get your dish aligned properly, and the dish moves a lot when the antenna is blown around by the wind (the pole is a huge lever). Given the 129 situation (failing satellite, low signal to begin with), you would have nothing but problems.
 

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I generally use 1" EMT (thin-wall rigid metal conduit) to mount antennas. If you have a chimney, it is usually easy to mount the pole to it, either directly or with a chimney "strap" kit. Cheap and effective unless you need more elevation.
 
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