There are NO tricks when trying to mount Force 110 parabolics.
If you look at the Force 200's, the design of its mount is much superior to the design of the Force 110 mount.
For example, on the Force 200's - you mount the parabolic on the pole and point it in the general direction that it is suppossed to aim.
Adjust the azmuth left and right.
Lock down the azmuth adjustment, then loosen other second set of screws on the mount and adjust the elevation for max signal. Then tighten the elevation screws.
Go back and loosen the azmuth screws and pan the azmuth of the dish for max signal. Tighten up everything and you are done.
On the Force 110 parabolics, you have only ONE SET OF SCREWS that tightens up everything.
You cannot make both azmuth and elevation adjustments at the same time, plus tighten up the one set of bolts and expect the parabolic to stay where you want it.
Have the guy that designed the Force 110 mount go up a tower an try to mount one himself. He will be ashamed for every putting that mount on the market.
Futhermore, you would think that customers (such as us) that (for various reasons) pay extra buying the ePMP AP's and SM's radios and the Force 110 parabolics (instead of the Force 200 paraboloics) would be getting a decent mount with the parabolics.
Someone in management with some mechanical experience needs to get a Force 110 and a Force 200 and compare the two mounts. They will easily be able to see the difference.
brubble 1 says it correctly in his post: "Mounting a 110 with the buggy and slow as molasses UI was most rage inducing combination I ever had the displeasure of working with.
I, and many others out in the field, agree with brubble 1's comments above.