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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Catadioptric > Classified #224937

For Sale: Intes MN 56 Tube Assembly

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Very good condition Intes Micro MN56 optical tube assembly complete with clamshell holder, 6x30 mm straight through finder, 2" focuser, 1.25 x 2" adapter (for use of 1.25" eyepieces) with aluminum front lens cap, aluminum cap for the eyepiece, and a dovetail adapter to fit on an equatorial mount. I am also including an Astrozap flexible dew shield, also in great shape.

Check out the ITE website for information about this telescope. Provides excellent views and star test but I have moved up in size, so although I hate to give this up, I can't justify keeping it.

The optical certification for this telescope was signed by Bill Burnett of ITE on 4/11/02. The original optical certification and owners manual which came with the scope will of course be included.

There are some rub marks on the finder scope from the finder scope adjustment set screws.

This optical tube is $879.00 new from ITE. The first $480.00 gets this one shipped (cont. US only please)

Money order or cashiers check is preferred. Personal check must clear bank prior to shipment. Paypal is ok also, but the buyer must agree to pay a 3 percent "upcharge" if paypal is used.

Thanks for looking, and good luck.


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