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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Focusers > Classified #289172

For Sale: Ultra light small foot print Crayford focusers

Ad No.: 289172
Seller: MoonLite Telescope Accessories
Payment: PayPal, Credit Card, Personal or Cashier's Checks, Money Orders, Cash
Posted: 8/5/2004 6:10 AM
Location: 114 Ardmoor Ave.
Danville, PA - United States
Phone: 570-275-7935
Email: moonlite@focuser.com
Ad Hits: 510
MoonLite crayford focusers are ultra light at 13 to 16 oz and have a very small foot print. The super smooth focusing action is due to all aluminum bearing riding surfaces being polished to a near mirror surface before anodizing. The dual rate CR2 model has a super fine 8 to 1 ratio fine focus on one side and a standard rate knob on the other side. The All bearing planetary based reduction system has no backlash at all due to being pre loaded, this gives the focuser an incredible smooth feel. Add the 2" filter swing option and this focuser is simple the best-equipped focuser made today. Screw in your favorite 2" filter into the bottom section of the drawtube, then simple swing it in and out of the light path with the above board lever. No need to swap filters in and out of different EPs and you can flip between filtered view and straight view on the fly. Using the filter swing system saves the cost of having 1 1/4" filters for your higher power EPs. Your 1 1/4" EPs can now use your 2" filters. Many different curve adapters, spacers, and install kits available.
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