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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Focusers > Classified #289515

For Sale: JMI Crayford Focusers - Qty (2) - $75 each [SOLD]

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JMI NGF-2 2 inch Crayford Focuser
This is an older model JMI focuser, NOT the DX-2. Min height 1.5 inch, 1.5 inch travel. Nice large diameter, thin aluminum knurled knobs are black anodized. Very good cosmetic condition (a little of the anodizing looks worn through on the top surface of the draw tube which does not affect function). Radiused base. Excellent working condition. 1.25 adapter not included (one available below). Missing the focus lock set screw (easily replaced, if needed). $75 shipped in CONUS.

JMI 2 inch Crayford Focuser
This is an older model JMI focuser (NOT the DX- series) received in a trade and I'm not sure of the model number. Looks very much like the NGF-2, but has different style knobs. The knobs are large, thin black anodized aluminum with a rubber rounded grip rim. Min height 1.5 inch, 1.5 inch travel. Radiused base. Excellent cosmetic (small scratch on the draw tube) condition and excellent working condition. 1.25 adapter not included. $75 shipped in CONUS.

JMI 2 inch to 1.25 inch adapter for JMI crayford focuser. Fits NGF-2 perfectly, should fit all JMI focusers. $10 shipped with focuser in CONUS. Only ONE adapter available with focuser, "first come, first served".

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