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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Catadioptric > Classified #177337

For Sale: Celestron 11 inch on Losmandy G11.

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An eleven inch C11 on a Losmandy G11 mount, Mount is one year old with the addition of a third bearing on both axis, Superb condition not a mark on it tracks very well with the origanol hand box and a joystick box. All clamp screws have been replaced with high grade stainless steel and backed with bronze washers. The weight bar has been polished to allow easier adjustment of the telescope and a large diameter safety button fitted.
the optical tube is Beutiful to use with very crisp optics that are as clean as the day they left Celestron The focuser has been replaced with a 49mm Mitatoyo micrometer head. the finder scope is a right angle unit fitted to a dove tail mount that can be removed and replaced with out loosing alignment. In addition to the 11 inch a 102mm Mak tube has been mounted on the scope to use as a guider the tube is by Sky Watcher.
Both tubes have screw in caps on there dust caps allowing the existing dust covers to be used as focus screens.
In addition to all this there is also a Meade 208Xt guider imager and a Astrovid 1000 camera with mounting point on the large dovetail plate that the scope uses to fit to the mount.
Is you want any more information please e-mail me and I can send photos. This ia for sale in the UK and must be sold by the 9th of March.

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