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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Mounts - Equatorial > Classified #197106

For Sale: SOLD!! Takahashi P2Z mount

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Mint condition mount--everything looks and works like new. Includes RA motor and controller, battery pack, counterweight and extra long mahogany legs (with the cool Shimano quick release clamps). The RA motor is rated at an amazing 5 arc seconds. This also has the excellent TAK polar alignment scope built in. I'll include an Astro-Physics Tak adapter and dovetail plate with 2 dovetail slide bars. That way, you can use either your Tak tube ring or use the mount with multiple scopes using the slide bars. Takahashi rates this mount at 20lbs and is perfect for a Sky 90, Tak 78, or other scope in this range such at the Televue 85 or Stellarvue 85. I have it packed in a Pelican case and will include that as well. Takahashi lists the mount for $2195 (w/the short legs) plus $439 for the extra long legs. I paid Astro-Physics about $200.00 for the dovetail gear. The Pelican case goes for about $150.00. I'll sell all for $1400.00 shipped FedEx (CONUS only). Money Order or cashier's check only please. Thanks! Randy

Picture below shows my Stellarvue 85S mounted with short legs. Telescope and medium legs not included. The longer Tak legs which are included are the same but longer.

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