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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Mounts - Equatorial > Classified #225184

For Sale: $349 shipped, almost new EQ Mount, Dual Drives, Tubular Steel Legs (SOLD!)

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(SOLD!) Used 3 times. $349 NOW INCLUDING shipping. Works perfect. Dual motors already installed. Hand controller. 2x, 4x, and 8x speed, N or S. Tubular steel legs, not aluminum. PayPal preferred. See description below.

The Heavy-duty SkyView Pro EQ sets a new standard for stability, precision control, and affordability in a mount designed for the demanding amateur astronomer. The "SVP" supports telescope tubes weighing up to 20 lbs. It is every bit the equal of Japanese-made mounts but at less than half the price.

Its all-metal head features enclosed 360° worm gears plus large, 86mm-diameter setting circles for easy object location by celestial coordinates. Telescopes attach via a quick-release dovetail plate (included). The head glides effortlessly in right ascension and declination. TrueTrack dual-axis DC drives have been added for electronic tracking and photographic guiding. Other features include an azimuth fine adjustment and a latitude scale.

Heavy duty tubular steel tripod legs. A polar alignment scope is not included, but can be purchased from Orion. One 7 lb counterweight included, others can be purchased from Orion.

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