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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Mounts - Equatorial > Classified #232699

For Sale: Meade Superwedge - SOLD - Thanks Dale

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I am selling this Meade Superwedge for $280 including ground shipping and insurance within CONUS (Paypal only). This wedge has worked very well. I am selling it because my new Milburn wedge will be arriving this week. I purchased this wedge last summer to allow me to learn polar aligning of my LX200, while I waited for the new Milburn wedge. It truly served its purpose.

I purchased this Meade Superwedge from an Astromart seller about five months ago for $350. The Wedge arrived with the large manual knob, the tangent arm and some screws to attach the tangent arm to the tripod. The compass was missing. I replaced the tangent arm screws with stainless steel screws.

Supposedly there are large bolts included with the LX200 to attach to the telescope to the wedge. I could not find those bolts, so I purchased two complete sets from Home Depot. I am including a set of these hex bolts with the wedge as well.

I already packaged the wedge up for shipping (I thought I had it sold to someone else), and didn't think to take a photo. You know what a meade Superwedge looks like. Its in very good condition, and operates very well. Thanks for looking.


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