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 Hi guys.

New guy here, name's Rick and I'm in southern Idaho.

This evening at 5:45 local time, my quest for the elusive 97W 3980H feeds has ended, I PINNED 'EM! [thumb]

I'm running a Winegard CK1088 with the Ajak mount, an early Corotor II outfitted with a good pair of Norsat LNB's from Rick, and my primary receiver is the Linkbox 9000i. I've had the big dish up about a month or so, fairly new at this. Loving it though, great hobby!

I had a bent outer rim piece on my dish. It was likely hit by a mower somewhere through the years. You couldn't see any distortion of the dish by eye, but when putting it back on after I straightened it, one strut moved just slightly - changing the shape of two panels.  Ever so slight, but a good reminder of just how important dish shape is.  It made the difference.

Great site you guys have here - a mountain of know how, for sure.







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