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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Filters > Classified #140829

For Sale: FilterSlide Upgrade*Metal threaded inserts!!

Ad No.: 140829
Seller: Astrocrumb FilterSlides
Posted: 8/23/2002 9:59 PM
Location: 13 Madden Ave.
Milford, MA - United States
Ad Hits: 258
New upgrade for your Astrocrumb Filterslide!

Aluminum threaded inserts for easy placement and
removal of your 2" filters. Previous versions
of my Filterslide require the filters to self-thread
into the birchwood slide. Good if you don't need
to remove them often. *But if you'd like the option
to easily screw in, or remove the filter, this upgrade
is what you want. --See pict below--

For upgrading, just send me your filterslide without
filters and I will install and ship back to you.
$29.00 includes return shipping.
PayPal prefered. MO or check ok.

A complete FilterSlide assembly with aluminum threads
$79.00 Including shipping
A complete FilterSlide assembly without aluminum threads;
$55.00 Including shipping

Check out ED TING'S review on the
front of his scopereviews web page!

Smooth click-stop action. Stands up to any
humidity or temperature. Pin-registered
system that creates the "clicking action"
and aligns the filters with focuser tube.

-Made from brass, stainless steel, Aspen
Wood, and birch plywood.
-Installs in 10 minutes with supplied self-
tapping screws.
-Filters self-thead into slide as per
complete instructions.

Check out my web page for further info!

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