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Old 08-28-2017, 09:12 PM   #1
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KING security

Best way to protect/secure KINGquest during day/night vs. Taking in/out every.night ?!?!

Don't want to mount on roof - THANKS
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Old 08-28-2017, 09:16 PM   #2
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Stay in a nicer park?

I never secure mine. Bigger things in life to worry about.
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Old 08-28-2017, 09:52 PM   #3
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Have had some sort of dish since the 90's. Never had one even moved (except by wind on WA coast)
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I always put ours on a little plastic folding table to keep it off the ground. Then, one night, the park we were staying at had 2 of the maintenance golf carts stolen. Since then, I've used a chain through the handle and draped over the lower leg brace of the table. Thieves are everywhere.
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Is a table too low for a receiver? I have a tailgator and was thinking roof mount.
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Is a table too low for a receiver? I have a tailgator and was thinking roof mount.
No a table is fine, I use a 5 gallon bucket for my Tailgater
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Old 09-03-2017, 09:05 AM   #7
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I have the old tripod from manual dish... modifies to accept a base plate. I want to be able to move in/out of the trees for clear line to satellite!! I do a ton of state parks and county parks. I'D rather be safe than sorry with securing it
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I never secure mine. Bigger things in life to worry about.

I set my Winegard Pathway X2 on its tripod. It hasn't walked off yet
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When I first got my tailgater, about 5 years ago, I was worried like you. I went to Walmart and in the pet section, I bought a wire coated 20 foot Dog stake out cable. Maybe 10 to 15 bucks? I cut off the un needed hardware and use the cable to attach the King to something secure. But it depends on the park, didn't use it at the last park I was at for 2 weeks. Remember you are only attaching to a plastic arm, so it's a deterrent at best.
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We place the Tailgater on the ground. Never secure it.... yet!
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BSammy Screamer Motion Alarm

Look this up on Amazon. This looks like it may work for you. Now that you have me looking this has many uses.
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Never had ours messed with. There is an alarm you can buy that will go off if it is unplugged. We have one but never use it.

https://www.amazon.com/KING-AL1000-P...security+alarm
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Never had ours messed with. There is an alarm you can buy that will go off if it is unplugged. We have one but never use it.

https://www.amazon.com/KING-AL1000-P...security+alarm
That's a pretty low grade connecting cable, probably not good for HD. Needs to be RG6.
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