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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Mounts - Equatorial > Classified #176455

For Sale: Nexstar 4 Tripod, Mount & Baader Bracket - **SOLD**

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**SOLD**

Use this mount/tripod/bracket combo to give your small scope GOTO capability.

I've been using this setup to give my Questar 3.5 Duplex GOTO capabilities. If you setup and align carefully it works fine putting the object in the FOV in my 24mm Brandon eyepiece most of the time.

I just bought a larger GOTO scope and will be piggybacking my Questar on it so I no longer need the N4 mount and tripod. The tripod is the Celestron # 93497 with built-in wedge. I was pleasantly surprised at the excellent stability of the tripod with my scope on it.

I bought the tripod new one month ago and it is in perfect condition. I bought the N4 mount, with Baader bracket attached, also about a month ago from someone here on Astromart. The mount is in excellent condition. It has the updated hand controller. The Baader bracket is installed and works beautifully. I have the N4 manuals. The price is $375 with shipping & insurance included in the CONUS.

Note: the N4 OTA and original mounting bracket are NOT included.

I accept Visa, MC, Amex, PayPal, or Postal Money Order.

See pictures below. Thanks for looking.

Bob Veazey
 

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