What are you using for a satellite dish one you can move around or mounted on the roof. We have a roof mount auto setup for our fifth wheel put really don't know what to use in the Class C. DH always had trouble setting it up. What just like your input.
Portable dish is best, seen many roof mounted RV's pull into sites and unable to gather a signal due to fixed location. Portable dish with 50'+ coax opens up the options. With practice, getting a signal, is quite easy.
Dish mounted to a concrete cap block. Not too heavy, but heavy enough to keep the wind from blowing it over. Only about 3' high, it fits in a small space nicely. No set up, just set out. level adjustment is provided on site site by a pine cone or rock.
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2009 Laredo 29RL 5er
2013 Ram 3500 crew cab long bed, 6.7 CTD, Aisin trans.
2001 25' Nomad Scout TT
2001 Ford F250, 7.3L TD
Curt E5 with a slider
Tekonsha P3 controller
We have both. A kingdome in motion on the roof that so far has not worked at any treed campsites (most are treed) and a automatic wineguard carryout for those treed sites. If I had it to do over again I would not have ordered the Kingdome.
Todd, Shirley, and the "Maddawgs" min-pins Precious and Buster Brown
2011 Itasca Cambria 30C
2011 Demco KarKaddy 460SS
TST 507 RV TPMS
"if there is anything left when we are gone, then we miscalculated"
I used to use a portable Dish 500 on a stand I built. But since I upgraded my tv to HD I bought the slick new Dish Tailgater. Awesome & automatic, no sat finder needed. It does seem to need a clearer view of the sky than the 500 though. That may be for the HD. Both are carryouts, not roof mounted.