Typical ATV Starlink wall installation kits in situ. Ideally, when using pairs of brackets, they should be well spaced.
Starlink chimney install kit with a 4ft cranked pole or 3ft 10in straight pole (does not include the Starlink, obviously….)
When calculating how long you need your pole to be remember that the Starlink comes on a short pole, approx one foot long, and if using a 1.5″ pole coupler (as opposed to clamping it on to the side) all of that length will be in addition to the length of the pole you are fitting it on.
The kit comprises :
– 1.5″ (38.2mm) pole coupler which fits the Starlink mounting pole. Zinc plated (but decent quality) and supplied with stainless bolts and stainless Nyloc nuts. See here for fitting instructions.
The pole coupler can be bought separately here.
– Extra heavy duty pole for maximum strength and minimum movement of the Starlink dish :
4ft x 1.5 inch x 1.6mm (16G) cranked pole, in non rusting alloy.
3ft 10″ x 1.5 inch x 1.6mm (16G) straight pole, in non rusting alloy.
– Heavy duty hot dip galvanised 8″ Mitre chimney bracket (finish may vary).
– Lashing kit, with 5m pre-terminated galvanised lash wire, three corner pieces, J bolt and O bolt (zinc plated) and 1.5″ V bolts (the latter in stainless steel with Nyloc nuts). How to install a lash kit.
– 4ft of self amalgamating tape (remove backing and stretch when using ! ).-
– Box of 100 black 7mm clips
– Screw eye (see safe use of a ladder)
NOTE : When installing an aerial or a satellite dish on pole you would almost always install the item on the pole then install the pole on the bracket, unless the top of the pole was very easily accessible (which it isn’t usually).
Customers’ Starlink install reports.
Note the pole can be used either way up !
The V bolts (c/w washers and Nyloc nuts) are stainless steel, the J bolt and O bolt are zinc plated.
So you don’t have to hold the clip on the cable and risk Derrick the Decider (the II) hitting your fingers.