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They are letting it waste away. SAD!

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I also Have a free BUD located at zip 21620. It's a 12 footer the aluminum mount is massive... IMG_1385.JPG 

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I also Have a free BUD located at zip 21620. It's a 12 footer the aluminum mount is massive...


Picture please??

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SE MO free 7.5' with DSR922
https://semo.craigslist.org/zip/6090757447.html
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SE MO free 7.5' with DSR922
https://semo.craigslist.org/zip/6090757447.html

He changed that lnb...Gave it a shot for FTA.

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Dish`s--10' KTI,10' Button Hook,10' Unimesh x2, 12' Cosmos,8 1/2 foot Birdview in the works.
1.2 Ch Masters parked at 91,103,105...1.2 Ch Master on a factory Ch Master polar mount tracking from 58-127.
Positioners--Gbox,Vbox and ASC1`s
Receivers--AZMe,AZPlus,AZElite,Icecrypt S1600 HD,Pansat 9500,VU Solo2 SE,Octagon SF4008 UHD 4K,Prof 7500,TBS 6982.

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I used to live back in the area and came across this on craigslist https://buffalo.craigslist.org/ele/6086578853.html
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Findlay, Ohio - Channel Master 6-8' mesh dish, just de-commisioned from a television station. The engineer (an acquaintance) wasn't sure of the exact size, thus the guess of the size.

This is his message from another message board I am on, "If anyone is interested, I have a mesh dish antenna, around 6-8' which I'm decommissioning in Findlay, OH. We'll take it apart, but anyone who wants it must pick it up and guarantee they will. It's your typical Channel Master mesh C-Band dish."

Posted on April 20, as of today, the dish is still available. I have his email address if anyone wants to make the drive.

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WS1870 1.8m w/2 C lnbf's @ 103w & 97w; Fortec Star 90cm ku lnbf @ 97w; 70cm ku w/3 lnb's @ 87w/91w/95w; 70cm ku @ 103w; 70cm ku @ 103w, all routed through x1 8x1 switch, fed to Manhattan 1933 receiver.
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Nice looking 12 footer pacific northwest. 
I did go get this dish.  It's more like 11 feet - not 12.  He also had a bunch of old receivers from the Dish Doctor and elsewhere.  I gathered them up but don't really have a use for them.  Which forum subject area should I post a list of all this available stuff that someone else might be interested in?  Thanks.
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Free 8' mesh dish in Southern MD:

https://annapolis.craigslist.org/zip/6113790484.html

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Free Directway / Primestar dish in Tampa, FL:

https://tampa.craigslist.org/hil/zip/6156561985.html

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What's the scrap value of fiberglass anyway????
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Free dish in Williamstown, VT:

https://nh.craigslist.org/zip/6143974429.html

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Inquiry sent to poster of this dish in Williamstown VT.  Just from looking, what size would you guys say this dish is?
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Inquiry sent to poster of this dish in Williamstown VT.  Just from looking, what size would you guys say this dish is?


Just guessin, but 7 1/2 or 8-footer.



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That would be a 10 channel master fiberglass dish.
Excellent dish!! Someone should grab it quick.

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Did anyone from our site grab this dish? Hate to see a good one go to waste. 

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