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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Mounts - Equatorial > Classified #240899

For Sale: ***SALE PENDING*** Vixen GP-DX mount and Skysensor 2000 PC GOTO

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Both items are in nearly new condition. I’ve upgraded to a Takahashi EM200, no longer need this excellent GOTO mount.

GP-DX: Used 3 times. Not a scratch on the mount. Comes with one 8.6 Lbs counter weight, built-in illuminated polar scope and HAL110 heavy duty aluminum tripod. (tripod tray in the picture belongs to another mount, not for sale). $900 ( new is $1220)

Skysensor 2000 PC: This is the “PC” version which means you can use PC to control this goto system. The PC version of Skysensor 2000 is no longer offered in the US. Rom version is 2.06 (the latest and greatest for PC version). Only used with this GPDX mount. This is the best GOTO system available today. Extremely accurate GOTO and tracking when used with GPDX mount. $1000 ( new is $1190 with no PC support)

If you buy both items, I’ll discount $100 for total of $1800. Buyer pays shipping. Will not sell Skysensor 2000 PC until the mount is sold. CONUS only. I have all the paperwork and original boxes for the above items. Cashier’s check/money order accepted. Paypal is OK if you add 3%. (Scope in picture is not for sale).

Thanks for looking,
Peter
 

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