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    Channel master polar mount

    Just been cleaning my shed out and i'm wondering what the polar mount and jack arm i found in there is worth. I think it may be a Channel master one but until i can pull it out of the depths of the shed i cannot be certain just yet.

    It also comes with a Superjack motor and V box to control it. The Polar mount used o have a 1.2m Fibo attached to it so it is quite substantial.

    Just trying to decide if i should keep for a bigger dish it or just sell it.

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    channel master

    Quote Originally Posted by manicscrewdriver View Post
    Just been cleaning my shed out and i'm wondering what the polar mount and jack arm i found in there is worth. I think it may be a Channel master one but until i can pull it out of the depths of the shed i cannot be certain just yet.

    It also comes with a Superjack motor and V box to control it. The Polar mount used o have a 1.2m Fibo attached to it so it is quite substantial.

    Just trying to decide if i should keep for a bigger dish it or just sell it.

    Nano
    would you still have that polar mount as mine has badly rusted and dish has dropped putting it off tracking or may know some one who has james

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    ..... but nice to have an optimist on the forum!
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    Creating a new post maybe better, thats what I was thinking.


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    ihave a h to h 36 v motor and 1.2 cmaster dish i have taken down

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    the post maybe four and years old but that does not mean that he got rid of polar mount and mine was damaged on recent storm and find it very hard to get replacement so im trying every avenue open to me ,its only one section of polar mount damaged dish is perfect ive searched everywhere to get one as they dont make this type of polar mount anymore,their is a new type alright but it is very expensive and im not sure spending this type of money is worth it as everything in tv in the future is leaning towards iptv and on line .anybody have anthing to add to this let me know.joe pm me your asking price

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    Sales discussion should be in public. Once a sale agreed then go to PM.

    Maybe you can post a picture of the damaged part and someone might have one in their shed/garage?

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    sorry about that thought it was the other way round. will take a picture tomorrow

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    Quote Originally Posted by jap View Post
    sorry about that thought it was the other way round. will take a picture tomorrow
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    PM and email may not be used at anytime in a live sale. All discussions including offers, acceptances and refusals should be shown clearly in the thread. Once a sale is complete you may use whatever form of external communication you like to finalise payment details etc. Your general geographical location and detailed specifications of equipment are not considered to be valid reasons for using off thread communications. It is the responsibility of both the vendor and the purchaser to ensure that all negotiations are conducted in the thread. We insist on this rule because we need to see all the negotiations to be able to mediate a solution to a dispute.

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