Starlink wall install kit (does not include the Starlink, obviously….) 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.
It will actually clamp down to the 35.8mm diameter of the (thinner) lower section of the Starlink pole and even just using that 60mm end of the pole will still be far stronger than Starlink’s pole adapter. However, if it was me, I’d be going further up the pole (to maximise the strength of the install), up to just before the point where the cable exits and then packing out the end of the slimmer 35.8mm section to approx 40mm diameter so the coupler then compresses it to a perfect fit.
Approximate stand off with this kit is either :
3.5″ (9cm) with the 6x6 wall brackets or
5.5″ (14cm) with the 6x9 wall brackets.
– Extra heavy duty 6ft x 1.5 inch x 1.6mm (16G) straight alloy pole for maximum strength and minimum movement of the Starlink dish.
– Pair of either 6″x6″ or 6″x9″ welded hot dip galvanised wall brackets.
– Eight stainless steel (A2) wall bolts and washers with universal plugs.
– 2ft of self amalgamating tape (remove backing and stretch when using ! ).-
– Box of 100 black 7mm clips
– Screw eye (see safe use of a ladder)
The kit represents a saving of 5 to 10% in the cost of the individual items (this varies according to the current prices).
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).
A pair of the above brackets are supplied in this kit
The stainless steel V bolts supplied with the Starlink kits come with Nyloc nuts and two pairs are supplied.
The screws supplied in our Starlink install kits are coach screws, as below.
So you don’t have to hold the clip on the cable and risk Derrick the Decider (the II) hitting your fingers.