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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Mounts - Equatorial > Classified #198326

For Sale: CG-5 Al. Tri. Legs & Dual Axis Drives w/ Controller (SOLD)

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I have an old set of CG-5 aluminum tripod legs with spreader and mounting hardware for sale. The tripod legs do **NOT** come with the tripod head (the piece that connects the legs together at the top). However, it would not be hard to rig something together. These legs are extremely lightweight and would be good for a stable lightweight camera setup. Selling legs, spreader, and mounting hardware for $35 plus shipping. (SOLD)

I also have an older set of dual axis drives with clutches and hand paddle. Everything works extremely well, however the older model of the CG-5 hand paddle only offers the speeds of sidereal and 2x sidereal (for guiding). The hand paddle has some wear on it (see picture) but other than physical cosmetic damage, everything works like a charm. Drives & controller also come with the two RA drive covers seen to the left of the wide-angle photo below. Also, one of the clutch gear's set screw was "re-bored" because the cheap screw broke off, leaving some of it behind in the previous hole. It has since then been replaced with a wider, higher quality screw. Selling for $45 plus shipping. (SOLD)

Buyer can buy both and save on shipping. I prefer paypal, but will accept a money order. If you have any questions, just send me an email and I'll be glad to help.

-Mike
 

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