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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Mounts - Equatorial > Classified #218484

For Sale: Ash Gibraltar with JMI NGC miniMax and tripod bag * Sale Pending*

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This is the older style Gibraltar mount with ash tripod, (factory DSC provision but no holes for e.p.caddy), along with installed JMI NGC-miniMax computer. 8 years old, so not pristine but good condition - lived in a good bag - some minor scratches on head from mounting my Genesis in the dark, minor scuff/rub marks, and plastic worn from tips of tripod legs is about the only visible wear. Photo shows the JMI altitude encoder - I've also got and will include the original circular plate which the encoder replaces.

The miniMax has had very little operation time - wound up using the rig for wide field work where DSCs weren't needed. Fired up without the scope mounted today and looks to be OK, but in past got some encoder errors - don't think I was moving the head too fast, a possible source of error, so it may need an encoder replaced. Both are generating a signal to the computer, though. All JMI documentation included.

Mount, Orion tripod bag, and DSCs (as is) for $425 + shipping. Really don't want to remove the computer system at this time, so price is only $50 above what I'd ask for mount alone. Sorry, no Paypal.


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