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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Reflectors > Classified #215550

For Sale: 20in F/5 Tectron Telescope for SALE!

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20" f/5 Tectron Telescope for Sale

20" (98.5" FL ) Richard Fagan Mirror (1991)
Techtron Truss setup (1996)
3.1" E & W sec. mirror
Telrad finder
Astrosystem dew heated sec. mirror runs by 9v battery
The Sky Commander DSC (9v battery internal)
Light Shroud

The door latches to positon the scope to put the upper cage from the ground, instead going up in the ladder.....
This scope is currently balanced for the binoviewer setup, but can moved the side bearings back to accommodate for mono viewing.
Its in cubic mode, when in storage

Asking price of $3,500.....bank cashier check. Will meet within Florida...Too Big to Ship!!!

I am letting my friend take care of posting this, because it's easier on the buyers to commuicates over the phone with my friend (James) than with me. This has been my main scope for the past 7 years and has provided me with many breathtaking views. Too big for me to handle by myself so i'm stepping down to a 18. If your local and would like to see the scope we can set it up for you. Please contact James and he can make the arrangements.

As always thanks for looking and Clear Skies!!!

Wm. Jones

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