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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Mounts - Equatorial > Classified #112391

For Sale: The Wagon Mount ** Sale Pending**

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I am selling my 2 month old Wagon mount. It is by far the best alt-azm mount available, and can easily support a 6 inch refractor. It includes all the following features:

-- All-machined aluminum and stainless steel construction
-- Heavy-duty yoke is reinforced with cross-brace and stiffening fins
-- Yoke offset allows easy viewing near the zenith
-- Roller-type thrust bearings on both axes
-- Precision-ground stainless steel shafts on both axes
-- Precision 8,192-step encoders in machined aluminum housings
-- Wiring harness for DSC/computer
-- Convenient bracket for attaching DSC/computer
-- Built-in bubble Level
-- Manual slow-motion controls
-- Adjustable zenith stop on altitude axis
-- Friction brake on altitude axis
-- Adjustable cradle bottom for balancing your instrument
-- Altitude drive release to facilitate balance adjustments
-- Quick relase Dovetail mounting-plate.
-- Easy balance control
-- Handles instument with widths up to 10.5 inches
-- Support over 30 pound instrument
-- Durable anodized finish on the aluminum surfaces
-- Extremely light weight and rigid.

Alo included is:
NGC MAX DCS computer with 10000 object data base
Dob driver II with upgraded hurst motors
Side plate for Mounting the DSC

New, these wonderful mounts cost over $2500, and may no longer be available. I am asking $2200

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