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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Reflectors > Classified #121501

For Sale: CLASSIC MEADE 8800 8" f4.5 EQ. REFLECTOR Reduced Price

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This scope is in mint condition, and gives outstanding views. Ed Ting rates this as one of the "choice" scopes ever manufactured by Meade.Don't confuse this scope with many current reflectors on the market.The tripod and mount are rock solid. No shimmy or shake like the new aluminum mounts. From focusing, to hand use of slo-mo controls,there's no shake here.Making way for New Big Scope.

8" f4.5 915mm. 8800 Newtonian Reflector w/Equatorial Mount
Adjustable Wood Tripod
1 1/4"Rack & pinion Focuser
JMI Motofocus(adjustable, coarse-microfine)
lluminated Setting Circles
Meade Model 784 Quartz RA Drive Control(North or South Hemisphere)
Polar Alignment Scope
Thousand Oaks Glass Solar Filter
8x50 University Optics Illuminated Reticle Right Angle Finderscope
6x30 Meade Finderscope
Telrad Finder
Slow Motion Controls, RA & DEC
Counter Balance Weights

This scope is rock solid, tracks perfectly, and is in pristine condition. PRICE REDUCED. ASKING $700.00. Will ship anywhere, or can be picked up. You pay shipping. If interested I
can email pictures.
Contact me at: 815-483-5733 or 815-338-8838. If no answer, please leave a message, and I will call you back. Don


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