What’s the best place to mount your satellite dish? Your dish should be mounted up high, with a clear view of the southern sky. Dishes can be mounted on roofs and on poles. It really comes down to your needs, but there are two things to consider to try to get that “sweet spot” that’s perfect for aiming

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18″ Swivling Starlink Roof Mount, Square V2 Dish Compatible

$79.99
The 18" Swivling Starlink Roof Mount will work with the V2 Square Starlink Dish. It mounts directly on your Roof, Commdeck or Flat Roof Mount

4 Ft Starlink Pole Mount (GP48SL)

$64.99
This 4 FT Starlink Pole Mount has holes required for the Starlink antenna to snap into place.  The 4 ft

6 Ft Starlink Pole Mount for V1 Round Starlink Dish (GP72SL)

$79.99
Note:   This will not work with the V2 Square Starlink Dish. This 6 FT Starlink Pole Mount has holes required

9″ Swivling Starlink Mount, Square V2 Dish Compatible

$64.99
The 9" Swivling Starlink Mount will work with the V2 Square Starlink Dish. It mounts directly on your Roof, Commdeck or Flat Roof Mount

Low Profile 6″ Starlink Roof Mount w Swivling Foot for V2 Square Dish

$69.99
The Low Profile 6" Starlink Roof Mount w Swivling Foot for V2 Square Dish mounts directly on your Roof, Commdeck or Flat Roof Mount

Winegard 2″ V Jaw U-Bolt Antenna Mast Mounting Clamps (2 pk)

$7.99
The Winegard 2″ V Jaw U-Bolt Antenna Mast Mounting Clamps will secure  2″ OD  Starlink and Directv mast to eave