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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Catadioptric > Classified #264274

For Sale: ETX 90 ON EQ2 MOUNT AND TRIPOD *****SALE PENDING****to Gianni

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Please excuse my pricing it was late and I was sleep deprived the first $325 takes it Yes that includes shipping!!! in the CONUS

Great little scope mounted on EQ2 mount and tripod with RA drive and hand controler 2x and 4x forward and reverse.Scope is in excelent condition. No dirt or scratches on optics.The mount is missing the Dec indicator point it was missing when I got it and one of leg clamps is cracked I overtightened it the first time I used it but it is functionally OK. I was going to replace with wood legs but never got around to it. I will include the scope, mount,tripod, all original covers,LNIB Orion variable t-adapter for eyepiece projection photography,9mm Astrola,25mm Astrola eyepieces, Meade 8x25 right angle view finder, Meade original 8x25 straight view finder,1.25" visual back,Piggy back camera mount,Meade 45deg erecting prism,Orion EQ2 drive system.Asking $525 shipped in CONUS all Others provide zip code For extra shipping. All of this equipment has very little use, and some of the accessories have never been used.I really like this little scope I am only selling to finance purchase of a heavy duty eq mount for my 10 Newt.The next time I want to grab and go I'll surely be disappointed.

Thanks For looking
Rich
 

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