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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Mounts - Equatorial > Classified #220960

For Sale: Vixen wooden tripod legs

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Hi there! I've got two sets of Vixen tripod legs available.

One is from a Polaris mount. These are the extendable type. One leg is missing the peg in the end and has a very minor crack at that point - very fixable if so inclined. Also the accessory tray has quite a lot of surface rust. These should fit another Polaris mount and the CG/Eq/SP/GP type mounts. Probably will fit the Meade mounts also. I've replaced the mounting bolts with stainless hardware. Anyways, these aren't beautiful, but are functional and can help dampen vibrations with lightweight eq mounts. $45 shipped. ***SOLD***

The other set is from a lightweight Celestron/Vixen refractor. These are in almost like new condition with almost no signs of use at all. They have a somewhat narror mounting gap, so they will not fit the standard CG/Eq/SP/GP mounts without modification, but would be an easy modification if so desired. These can be set at two different heights, but are not otherwise extendable. These would make a very nice set of legs for a small-medium sized refractor, binos or small SCT/MCT scope. - $45 shipped.

Thanks and if you have any questions, feel free to ask!
Tim
 

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