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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Refractor > Classified #290224

For Sale: New dual rate refractor focuser for Snyta 6"

Ad No.: 290224
Seller: MoonLite Telescope Accessories
Price: $375.00
Payment: PayPal, Credit Card, Personal or Cashier's Checks, Money Orders
Posted: 8/10/2004 3:04 PM
Location: 114 Ardmoor Ave.
Danville, PA - United States
Phone: 570-275-7935
Email: moonlite@focuser.com
Ad Hits: 551
New--- 2" MoonLite refractor focuser has 4.5" of travel and comes in both single and 8 to 1 dual rate configurations. Of course they have the High polish Moonlite finish and look, plus have extreme smooth operation with the inline all bearing planetary reduction unit using large knobs. No backlash and perfect focus action even when set to hold 10 lbs! Right now we offer an interface adapter that fits the synta 6" refractors. The interface adapter provides collimation ability using setscrews and mounting bolts in a push pull system. It also is made very heavy to serve as a much needed counter weight.
No plastic here! The CF1 single rate refractor focuser with HD6 interface and finder dove tail cost $275.00 The Dual rate version cost $375.00
You must order by phone, as the new focusers are not on the web page at this time. Limited first production run- Only have 7 left out the first 25. Will have an additional 100 ready to ship in 6 weeks.
 

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