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Old 12-29-2017, 05:39 PM   #21
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From what I've determined (from reviewing previous owner receipts) we have a Trav'ler SK-3005 DirecTV Slimline and need the Dish SK-1000 to use our Dish home receiver. I haven't gotten on top to check out the antenna system, since first doing the RV check out before buying, so I'm not certain what would be required to swap the parts, but I'm guessing it wouldn't take much - probably a few machine screws and nuts to remove the reflector and LNBs and arm, possibly as a whole assembly. The cable(s) just unscrew from the back of the LNBs. Let me know if you are might be interested in swapping - no hurry on our part as it will be a while (this summer) before we move into the rig.
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Old 12-29-2017, 07:45 PM   #22
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Ok Steve, I'll let you know. I like your signature, I also have an older tow truck. Its a 97 F350 dually that has a lot of mods and tows my DRV very well. I get asked all the time in campgrounds why I use a 20 year old truck. I just say that I can work on it, the new ones forget it!
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Old 12-30-2017, 11:19 AM   #23
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Thanks Glenn. Being able to work on the truck, when necessary (which isn't very often), is just one of several reasons I still have and use it. I concur about working on the new ones.
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