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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Reflectors > Classified #283480

Sale/Trade: 8" f8 dob with JMI 2" focuser, Microguider III

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I have for sale my 8" f8 dob that is in excellent shape. The dob is fitted for encoders which will be included as well as a Microguider III. The alt gear is on the dob mount already. I have just not had time to set it up properly and haven't been able to install the Microguider III and encoders and a copy of Earth Centered Universe software to drive the scope. It has a very smooth 2" JMI crayford focuser and a brand new UO mirror cell. I would rather not ship it, but I do have the boxes used to ship it to me. If the buyer was willing to pay the freight, I could ship, but CONUS only. I would be willing to drive 100 miles in any direction from Tracy to deliver it. There is a small chip on the end of the diagonal which does not affect the view. I tried to show it in one of the pictures. The rocker box is made out of very nicely finished plywood and is very smooth in its operation. The tube is lined with black flocked paper. The tube also has a mounting plate for a Rigel Quickfinder. Will trade for a Celestron 102mm f5 in mint condition or a Skywatcher 102mm f5 in mint conditon. In trade, I will keep the finder scope.
 

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