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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Mounts - Equatorial > Classified #257712

For Sale: New Parallax HD 150 AP GOTO Electronics

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Parallax Mount HD 150 GEQ $7534 Plus Shipping
This mount was purchased new in July 2003 for imaging from a high altitude location on a private estate, Due to unforeseen family circumstances it didn’t become a reality and the mount needs a home. It was set up once to make certain everything works. It comes as follows:
Standard HD 150 with Byers gears, Astrophysics GOTO electronics and the hand paddle comes with the rubberized AP guard AP. It has the special polar alignment scope. . Instead of two 30 pound counterweights it has one thirty pound and two 11 pound weights. The top is accepts Losmandy Dovetail Plates
This mount will easily carry well over 125 pounds for astrophotography and much more for visual use. It is a fully transportable mount and I can set it up myself. However, it is very well suited to a personal observatory.
Total cost $8864 FOB
I am asking $7534 plus shipping and I will pay for professional packing.
In the picture the mount is shown with a Takahashi BRC 250 which I set up to make sure it all works. That is the one and only time it has been used. Yes, I am a gray haired old man in the picture.
I will consider all reasonable offers.

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