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Mounting Bracket For Satellite Dish
I made this mounting bracket for our satellite dish that bolts to a rail post on our deck.
The dish rests inside a piece of pipe held by two large bolts that run to a pair of clamp-on brackets on the deck post. This setup gets the dish up off the ground, makes it easy to make adjustments, and puts it above the level of trees and shrubs.
I also made a pivot irrigation track closer from a small, unused tandem disk. I simply reversed the movement of dirt by the front gang so that it throws dirt to the center just like the rear gang. I made the modification by putting the left front gang on the right side and the right front gang on the left side. (Dale L. Orman, 1300 Timber Run Dr., St. Louis, Mo. 63146)

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1995 - Volume #19, Issue #2