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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Catadioptric > Classified #181130

For Sale: **SOLD** 6" Reflector with everything F5

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This scope has the following modifications done by me (I have worked as a machinist for 25 years)
The original undersize steel pins on the RA and DEC clamps have been replaced with precision machined bronze locking pins, this allows for no slop when locking the DEC and RA axis and no damage being done to the clamping surface. A real problem in the original configuration.
Precision machined stainless steel counter weight, original weight was not enough to balance this scope.
Very useable with the modifications.
150 mm (6 inch) primary mirror.
F=750mm.
Tube length is 25 1/2 inches.
Orion red dot EZ Finder.
Two eyepieces 25 mm and 6.5 mm Plossles with cases.
2X barllow, erecting eyepiece, moon filter.
Original owners manual and any other paper work that it came with.
And everything else that original came with it including boxes and packaging.
This model is "Event Horizon."
Optics are clean and untouched.
The condition is excellent with only very minor usage marks.
Please email me with any questons.
$165.00 shipped CONUS.
Paypal or money order.
Thanks, Mark
This is what's left of the 3 feet of snow we got this week.


 

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