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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Catadioptric > Classified #182577

Trade: I'm needing to downsize...

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Due to my newly revamped imaging goals (and my recent back surgery) I am looking to make a major drop in aperture. I am looking to trade My fully decked out Nexstar 11 GPS outfit for a medium sized apo OTA (preferrably setup with g11 dovetail, finder, etc.). Right now I am only looking to trade for one of the following OTA's (perhaps with some cash where appropriate):
first choice: Tak fs128
2. TEC 140
3. Vixen ED130ss
4. AP 130 f/8
5. Borg 150 ED
My scope comes with the following (picture is old and some things are not included):
Fastar compatible N11 OTA/forks/drive base.
Customized tripod from old c-14--much sturdier than the stock one
Celestron f/6.3 reducer
2" sct visual back
50mm finder
Celestron heavy duty wedge
TI Robofocus unit and hand control (allows pc controlled focussing)
Celestron flexible Dew Shield and Orion 12v dew heater
12v power cord adapter
Original shipping box
Starizona Counterweight system (weights for bottom AND top of ota)
Lumicon adjustable 1/4-20 piggyback mount (holds an st-80 no problem)
I may include the st-80 as well if for the proper scope. For more info and ccd images acquired with the setup, please contact me. This is one of the most decked out 11GPS's out there...

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