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  Reply # 1477997 25-Jan-2016 05:45
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did you really need to post a 3,936px × 5,248px 4MB picture?




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  Reply # 1478066 25-Jan-2016 10:14
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I am used to forums auto-scaling embedded images, after I posted it my EDIT button had disappeared so I can't go back and change it.





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  Reply # 1478101 25-Jan-2016 10:51
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ScuL:

 

I have taken my time over the past few weekends to perfect the tuning to the Clark Belt and am pleased to say I succeeded

 

Also went to Bunnings and got 8x pavers to add weight to the base.

 

 

That base wouldn't last a day in Wellington   wink





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  Reply # 1478125 25-Jan-2016 11:27
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It's got nearly a 100kg on weight on it. I used to use it with half the amount of pavers in Holland





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  Reply # 1478220 25-Jan-2016 13:10
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172E Ku band hasn't really been used for Video services apart from a few test when it went up.

 

A blind scan though should see a few carriers with data services

 

Not really needed though if you are getting 180E ok then your arc is pretty good, but getting 122.2E Asiasat will confirm it.

 

 


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