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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Refractor > Classified #253982

For Sale: TMB 152 Triplet Refractor With CNC Tube (SOLD) Thanks Ed

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This is a 6" TMB 152 triplet refractor F/8, 1200mm, Ser#017 with TMB papers and test reports on the optics... The optics are excellent as can be seen from my CCD images in the image gallery on this site... With the excepetion of a few minor scratches on the tube which have been covered with touch up paint it's in excellent condition... It has a 4" rotatable focuser and retractable dew shield... Reason for the sale is to move up in aperture "AGAIN".... It also has 2 lens covers one to cover the actual optics and one that goes over the front of the dew sheild... An excellent telescope...

$5900.00 Shipped in the Contl. US (ONLY)
"No Trades"
Sorry no PayPal... USPS money order or personal ck depending on your rating.. Must clear first...

Package includes the following items:

1) TMB 152 refractor CNC tube & 2 lens covers.
2) 4" focus extension.
3) 7X50 Takahashi finder scope. (excellent condition)
4) TMB finder bracket.
5) TMB tube rings.
6) Kendrick dew heater strap. (not the controller)
7) ScopeGuard carry case. (it has been cut to allow the scope to fit with it's rings attached)

"Takahashi FSQ and losmandy plate not included"

Thank you,


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