WeBoost RV 65 Review
I purchased the WeBoost RV 65 a few weeks ago and did a "temporary" install while camped at St. George Island SP in Florida's panhandle last week. The campground is pretty remote. We use Sprint as our service provider. Installation was very easy; just follow the instructions. It's nothing more than connecting a few components together with coax, and attaching a power supply to the booster.
Overall, it worked as advertised. We went from "1x Extended" to a 4G LTE Extended connection (with four bars) after hooking up.
The WeBoost 65 RV uses a telescoping pole upon which the directional hi-gain antenna is secured. Once it's attached and wired up, the pole extends to 25' in height.
I fashioned an antenna pole mounting system by placing the antenna pole inside the passenger side rear bumper of my 2019 27' FC FB. I used Velcro straps to secure the base of the pole to the bumper, and another section of the pole higher up to the rear window awning arm. There are three small holes in the round plastic base of the pole suitable for metal tent/canopy stakes. I put stakes through all three. I also used a couple more canopy stakes with poly lines to put additional tension on the pole from different directions. The end result was that the pole was very stable in the fully extended position.
I am curious if any others use the RV 65 kit with their Airstreams and how they've gone about mounting the antenna pole.
Regards from sunny, warm, and humid S. Florida!
Current: 2021 Classic 30' RBT
Past: 2019 Flying Cloud 27' FBT