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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Filters > Classified #225546

For Sale: Focuser and filter slide combos

Ad No.: 225546
Seller: MoonLite Telescope Accessories
Posted: 10/28/2003 11:52 AM
Location: 114 Ardmoor Ave.
Danville, PA - United States
Phone: 570-275-7935
Email: moonlite@focuser.com
Ad Hits: 270
MoonLite's Dual rate focuser and Filter slide are a perfect match for the getting the most from todays large dobsonian scopes. The dual rate CR2 focuser uses an 8 to 1 inline planetary reduction system that provides butter smooth critical focus action. This type of high end reduction system has no backlash at all.
All draw tube to bearing surfaces are polished to a mirror like surface before anodized giving the focuser a great feel as well as looks, there is no sticky/notchy feel at all even with the smallest amount of movement of the focus knob. The new 2003 model MoonLite focusers have even better virtical and horizonal weight lifting capacity. This means no sag at all with heavy EP/combination loads. Optional curve adapters and spacers allow the focusers to be installed on any size OTA. Add the 4 position filter slide with the focuser for the ultimate system. The slide can be removed and stored in your EP case so there is no need to unscrew all your filters each time you observe. Installs back in seconds and has positive click stops at all positions. See URL above to order On-Line.
 

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