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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Mounts - Equatorial > Classified #154483

For Sale: SOLD: Losmandy G-11/Gemini 3/Tripod/+

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Sale Pending:
Thanks everyone for your many responses !

I'm going to be selling my approx. 6 month old G-11/Gemini, to step up to larger mount that can handle larger scope array in observatory. I've had this mount about six months, and have been thrilled with it (I used to use LX mount). The mount has only been observatory mounted, and the tripod has never been used. You can email me for images I've taken with this mount, I'll be pleased to show them to you.

When seeing permits, I've successfully achieved 0.3 average arc-second guiding with my short focal length setup (Tak FSQ106 and guidescope), and better than 0.5 arc-second guiding with heavier setup (double plates, Mak-Cassegrain,and guidescope).

Included is:
G-ll mount (newer mount with latest gears)
Mount will still be under Losmandy warranty !
Gemini System with new Level III chip just received (I'll include level II chip also)
Polar finder scope
Heavy Duty Clutch knobs
Meade Tripod adapter (I use this on my pier)

Current Prices are:
G-11/Gemini with tripod $ 3195
Heavy Duty Clutch Knobs: $ 99.00
Polar Scope: $ 145.00

Totals at $ 3439.00 New + L3 (not including meade tripod adapter), I'll respond privately to BEST OFFERS over the next week or so, and provide phone number for questions, answer additonal questions, etc. Please, only serious inquiry only. Below is M13 image taken with this mount (with a little help from ccd and operator, of course !)

Richard Yandrick

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