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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Focusers > Classified #272559

For Sale: 4" APM Crayford focuser, $295, PHOTO [SOLD]

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SOLD TO BOB This massive 4" Crayford was used on APM's refractors before the anodized CNC TMB rack and pinions arrived. It has a 5.940" diameter OD shoulder that slips into your mounting plate, mating tube or adaptor 0.75" (overall focuser body diameter 6.32", 5.4" height, 4.4" travel, 1.2" in-travel), with a radial V-groove that could allow rotation at the next assembly.

The knobs are massive knurled aluminum 1.5" diameter, an adjustable-tension knob can lockup the movement. Condition is quite good, the finish is black and aluminum, includes a 4" to 2" compression ring adapter with brass hardware. Several standard tapped holes in the body allow for various finder-bracket configurations.

The roller works against a replaceable synthetic flat, unusual in a crayford in that the actual machined-flat compression surface will never develop wear grooves from the driving roller, and the feel can be adjusted by replacing the replaceable element if desired. Brand new bearings. I will include spare bearings, although it would be difficult to overload this beast. Minor scoring of the drawtube seen in photo. It is not as smooth as the other top-notch machinery above, but at 1/3 the cost and no waiting, I think my price is very reasonable.

$295 + $20 SHIPPING IN CONUS, paypal encouraged. 909 698 6549 phone.

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