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Is there anyone in the US that sells brackets or holders for Ku lnbf's? I don't see anything like this on Rick's business website. Found these sold as a set, on AliExpress website. They are shipped from China.

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I have these in stock for 4.95 plus shipping.  Just not on the site.  If you don't see something, please ask me.  

Universal Single LNBF Bracket for 30 or 40mm LNBF FTA LNB

I do have one supplier that used to stock the ones you pictured and will check to see if they still have them tomorrow.

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Rick

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I've tried the multi-feed brackets and wasn't impressed with the quality; they're kind of sloppy.
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I went to the local hardware store got threaded rod 1 1/2 stainless steel clamps for ku. Little bit bigger for c band lnbf. Holds up in the weather better than plastic. Look up my pics on satellite guys.
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The multifeed brackets can work.  The most important thing is the size of the dish being used.  That combined with getting your focal points correct.
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mrradiohead,

I have a supplier that has plenty of the multi LNBF brackets in stock and they sell for 15.00 each plus shipping.

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mrradiohead,

I have a supplier that has plenty of the multi LNBF brackets in stock and they sell for 15.00 each plus shipping.
This is something i was thinking about doing to my 1.2m dish i got from Rick. I did not realize these were out there.. Thank you Rick and mrradiohead.


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Do not want to open new topic as it can turn to be very short. For a long time I was thinking about some kind of universal LNB-holder and also multifeed design (even I personally do not like multifeeds, unless they are made on multi-focus antennas) . And I came to this solution where everything is made out of INOX with some brass nuts (so it is strong and never rusts). Standard pipe-clamp is used, and, depending on the size of clamp it can hold C/Ku/Ka-band LNB. Each LNB in such a holder can be freely and independently adjusted in any direction and fixed firmly.  It is easy to fix such a holder/multifeed to any offset antenna. Self-explaining pictures attached. IMG_20170827_121502 (Large).jpg IMG_20170827_121515 (Large).jpg IMG_20170904_223110 (Large).jpg 
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Would you be willing to sell on of these ? Looks very nice..


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@BigAL could you show some pictures of your antenna?
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