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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Mounts - Equatorial > Classified #265702

For Sale: "Go To" Motor Kit For Meade EQ Mounts **SOLD**

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Here is a "Go-To" motor set for Meade GEM mounts.

I bought this some time ago to mount on my Meade #395 but can't use it. The drive shafts on my mount aren't long enough. That leads me to believe they aren't the original shafts or have been modified by the previous owner. I was told this kit will fit the #395 and #4500 series Meade mounts. May fit other mounts as well. It does fit my 395 as it should - my shafts just aren't long enough so I can't use it.

Comes with the 2 motors of course and the following:

4 mounting collars (only 2 are needed - the others are 'spares').
3 of the collars appear to have been modified (previous owner may have used it on another mount). Also 2 collars are missing their set screws (one each).

Three aluminum couplers (only 2 are needed - the other is a 'spare').

Comes with the Starfinder hand paddle and the 10-AA battery box (batt. box not pictured).

All cables included but no instruction manual.

Powers up and runs fine though I never was able to actually use it on my mount. Looks like it sets up and functions just like the Autostar controllers.

Paid $60 for it originally.
Will sell for $50 SHIPPED to your door in CONUSA.

USPS Money Order (only) -OR- PayPal (no upcharge!)

Thanks for looking,
Marty-
 

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