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The Dish Turbo HDTV Satellite Dish Tripod Kit is perfect for the traveler that wanted to take their satellite TV on the road. All you need to do is assemble the dish, connect the dish to the receiver, and then point the dish to the satellite!

Comes with a folding portable tripod mount that makes it convenient to put your dish up to 50 ft away from your RV or campsite. This kit comes with a Satellite finder with a built backlight that makes pointing the dish easy. All you need is your Dish Network receiver, 120v power, your television, and couple hand tool. Dish aiming instructions are included.

Product Features

  • Compatible with DISH satellite TV only. (Not Compatible with Directv) Receives western arc satellites: 110w,119w, and 129w.
  • Compatible with all Dishpro and Dishpro plus receivers (2xx,3xx,5xx,6xx,7xx,8xx,9xx series)
  • Will operate up to 3 receivers off one dish
  • Tripod mounts, 3ft. rg6, 50 ft RG6, Satellite Finder meter,compass, and F81 splice also included.
  • Blue Accessories Carry Case Included

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3 comments

  1. Anonymous says:

    Works great but difficult to level tripod and skew setting in instructions was incorrect I bought this tripod kit for use with a ViP211k receiver I had recently purchased for traveling in my RV with Dish Network’s Pay-As-You-Go plan added to my existing home account. I considered getting the Tailgater antenna instead, which aims itself, but read too many reviews about it failing. I started imagining the internal aiming mechanism breaking out in the middle of nowhere and having no way to fix it or aim the dish manually, which was enough to convince me to get this one instead. I…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Perfect for RV (Dish Wally) This setup is all you need for your RV, aside from a receiver (I use a Dish Wally, works great!) This kit has everything you need and the products that are supplied are of nice quality. The case is great, it is easy to assemble. Leveling is no problem (have a few wood blocks around in case…we are RV’ers, you know the routine). The tripod has some adjustments for the post that give you a little extra leveling if needed. The meter works great without making that horrible, loud whine that…

  3. Anonymous says:

    Worked great! We began traveling in our RV in April and toured most of the western United States, ending our trip in July. After some initial trial and error, we found the Dish easy to set up and usually had no trouble having Dish TV within 30 minutes of getting parked. We had TV from the mountains of New Mexico to remote areas around Yellowstone Park. Keep in mind that you have to have a reasonably clear view of the southern sky to get a decent signal. There were one or two heavily forested areas in…

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