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Dishy Alternative Mounts

Updated: Mar 15, 2022


There are many options available from Starlink when it comes to mounting your Dishy, whether it

be the first generation dish or the latest 2nd gen dish you are sure to find something for any mounting application. We have had the pleasure of working with, and installing this revolutionary system for a handful of our valued customers.


To date our most applicable "aftermarket" Dishy (Gen 1) mount has been a 3' tripod with included mounting pole.

This setup has been widely used by our crew (All Media Services) for Satellite TV systems over the years and provides a solid and universal platform to find and maintain the signals our customers need in many remote locations (IE: Campgrounds, Acreages, Treed Properties, ETC).



The first generation dish from Starlink fits well into the mounting pole with very little modification needed for a solid and long lasting mount, which gives you the ability to mount your Dishy over the peak of a roof, on a flat roof or even somewhere on the property to get beyond obstructions

such as trees, or other buildings. You may be asking what about the 2nd generation Dishy which is a different size, weight and shape? Even though we do not have a 2nd gen Dishy as of yet, the dimensions for the mast are very similar (only 0.1 inch smaller diameter and slightly shorter compared to Gen 1) and we are confident that this tripod with mounting pole will make for an

excellent option whether working with a 1st Gen or a 2nd Gen Starlink system.



If you are looking for a cheaper alternative and would like to use the base that comes with your Starlink Dishy, consider our most popular Starlink mounting kit which utilizes the existing feet on the base and allows that same base to be mounted on to a roof of almost any gradient, as well as incorporating a fitted foam-rubber underneath to prevent leaks on a tin or asphalt style roof.



If you are looking for the most affordable option possible, and are handy with some basic tools, checkout our Video below where we utilize an old J-Arm and modify it to be used with the Starlink Dishy!



Whatever you decide for your Dishy we are just happy to see the advancements in internet service around the world. Starlink and Spacex have created a ground breaking product and All Media Services has built this website to be an outlet for the Starlink worldwide community as we grow together and surge forward into the future.


Thank you for taking the time to read this post and please don't hesitate to contact us with any questions you may have in regards to the Starlink system or anything tech related and we will do our best to help.



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