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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Catadioptric > Classified #173757

For Sale: Meade LX90 8" SCT, many accessories, JMI Case

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This has been a wonderful scope. Only owner, 1-1/2 years old and in mint condition. Slight hairline crack on plastic arm but hardly noticable. Pics taken through this scope are on my website. Beautiful views and holds collimation very well. Selling because I've moved to a larger scope. Will not break package.

Meade LX90 8" SCT, Meade field tripod, Autostar #497 handset, finder, visual back, user manual, 26mm eyepiece. Currently $1500.
JMI carrying case. Newer model with great foam and wheels. $255.
Orion glass full-aperture solar filter. $115.
Orion 2" sct diagonal with 1-1/4" adapter. $80.
Orion dew shield. $25.
Telrad base. $10
Meade #62 T adapter. $25.
Meade #644 flip mirror. $150
Scopestuff fine focus knob. $28
Scopestuff shorty collimation screws, installed. $14
Scopestuff balance kit (rail, two weights). $60
Scopestuff top mounting rail. $25
Scopestuff 1/4-20 Camera Mounting Kit. $8
Scopetronix computer serial cable. $20
Scopetronix car battery cord. $15
Best of all - custom dust cover. PRICELESS!

A total of over $2350 spent over the past year. Asking $1795 + shipping. Prefer to drive within a few hundred miles of Chicago for delivery.


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