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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Refractor > Classified #121102

For Sale: 6" Clestron Refractor "The big one! SOLD!!

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Great Buy , Great opportunity to own that BIG refractor without the big
cost. Image compares favorably with the world renowned AP Starfires
with the exception of the purple or violet fringing around bright
objects.This one has been used very little,normal wear marks on OTA
from rings, And a ding that happened in shipping. Also the tension screw for the finder is broken, But finder still works with a shim in place. Only used on a Losmandy g-11. Has JMI Motofocus with DNC.
Also the Cap Has been made to function as a built in Solar Filter.

No MOUNT! OTA only!
You must have a substantial mount for this one as with diagonal and
eyepiece it probably weighs 20 to24 lbs.
This deluxe quality 1200mm focal length, f/8
refractor is an incredible value.
6" Aperture (150mm)
Focal Length of 1200mm (48")
Focal Ratio of f/8

2" Focuser
9x50 Finderscope
Photo Adapter
This sells at Anacortes for 699 with mount, which can not be used.
499 without mount
The JMI unit costs about 150 with dnc.But makes focusing a dream.
Includes hinged ring set also.

First offer of 399 plus shipping gets this in original box.
which should be about 30 or 40 ground
Cashiers Check or Money order or Paypal

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