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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Catadioptric > Classified #168632

For Sale: Meade 8" LX-3 With New UHTC Optics - SOLD- THX DENNIS

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SOLD - THX DENNIS - I have a very nice Meade 8" LX-3 for sale in pristine condition. Optics were replaced by Meade in May 2002 with UHTC optics. If you have not looked through and compared the UHTC optics to standard Meade EMC - WOW!!! - what a huge difference that extra 10%-15% transmission makes for contrast on planetary as well as deep sky observation. Quartz RA tracking system, DEC axis motor, as well as hand controller works perfectly. All items offered below have been well cared for and are in excellent condition.

LX3 Fork Mount, OTA w/UHTC, DEC motor, hand cntlr - $600 +$30 s/h
Astro Physics 7x50 finderscope with illuminator - $125 + $8 s/h
Thousand Oaks Type 2+ full aperture solar filer - $90 + $8 s/h
Meade Heavy Duty Wedge with deluxe lattitude adjuster - $125 + $10 s/h
Meade Heavy Duty Field Tripod with compass - $200 + $25 s/h
Scope saver cover (blue) - $35 + $8 s/h

Complete Package Price (all items above): $925 + $50 s/h

Preference given to package sale.

Shipping via FedEx 2-day insured service, with tracking number provided after shipment.

I accept PayPal (+3.1%), bank check, or USPS money order.

Thanks for looking.

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