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For Sale: Two inch Manual Hexagonal Turret

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This turret is designed for larger telescopes. The turret can be used on smaller telescopes with adequate counter weighting. Dimensions are 6.250 inch hex. X 5.625 lg. The weight is five lbs. The eyepiece holders accommodate six 2 inch eyepieces. you can also use four 1.250 inch eyepieces and two 2 inch eyepieces. Four 2 inch to 1.250 reducer compression rings adapters are included. Internal spring loaded click-stops assure accurate optical path alignment.when speed and safety are paramont this is the eye-piece turret you need. The turret attaches to the telescope by means of a standard 3.250-16 tpi thread. Six dust caps are included with the turret. Complete instructions are included on installing the turret on meade/celestron schmidt cassegrain telescope visual backs. This turret was purchased new from Van Slyke Engineering on March 24, 2000. It is in like new condation. I used this turret on my 12 inch LX200, works great. Reason for selling : Now interested in CCD imaging. need cash to finance a Camera. I paid $1995 for the turret. Willing to sell for $1100 and i will pay the shipping.

Seymour Flattau
1209 Day St.
Seaford, N.Y. 11783
 

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