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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Mounts - Equatorial > Classified #230619

For Sale: Super Polaris w/RA Drive *SOLD*

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Vixen Super Polaris mount with recent-vintage (2002) Vixen single-axis Right Ascension drive. Overall VG/EC except as noted below. Sorry, no tripod. $425 (firm) shipped anywhere in the U.S. only. Personal check (no delay) or MO, no PayPal. E-mail for a .ZIP file containing close-up photos of the items shown in the image below. Go to Vixen's web site for the instruction sheet on the RA drive (they didn't send one).

1 - Vixen Super Polaris mount w/built-in polar axis 'scope, VG/EC.

1 - Vixen Single-axis RA drive consisting of MT-1 drive motor(installed), manual clutch (installed), SD-1 controller, battery holder & pouch. All EC/like new, original boxes included.

1 - 8.5 lb counterweight, VGC
1 - 4.5 lb counterweight, GC (repainted)
1 - Counterweight shaft, VGC
1 - Declination slow-motion shaft & knob, VGC
1 - RA flexible slow-motion shaft & knob, GC
1 - Illuminator for Polar 'scope, Fair Condition (has to be taped to stay assembled, small crack in sleeve that slides over the end)
4 - Allen wrenches for adjusting the mount gears & drive
1 - Brass gear, new (for use when manual clutch is not installed on the RA drive)
 

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