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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope Making > Classified #186066

For Sale: Cave Astrola Equitorial Mount, 2.5" shafts, dual axis drives for OTA's weighing up to 150 lbs. [SOLD]

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*****Please note: I will be out of town from 4/26 through 5/4 and will be unable to respond to e-mails during this period.****

Fully operational Cave Optical Co. Astrola observatory equitorial mount, 2.5 inch shafts, (no pedestle) with dual-axis drives in excellent condition, 110 VAC - designed for Cave 16" reflector OTA and OTA's weighing up to 150 lbs.,
with illuminated (rheostat controlled) 10" aluminum setting circles, directional hand control, rotating ring cage for 16" OTA and two (2) 75lb counterweights. Mount fits on 8" ID pipe and mounting cap is included.
Absolutely no visible wear on gears and no rust. Drive motors, RA and dec shafts operate smoothly and quietly. Rotating rings turn easily, smoothly and tension is adjustable.

Equitorial mount - $2,500 OBO (includes counterweights and pier mounting)

Buyer picks up in Chattanooga, TN or arranges shipping.

Additional pictures showing all gears, drives and Astrola Cave Optical Co. Long Beach, Calif. nameplates on mount and drive motor cover will be e-mailed on request.

Thanks for looking.


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