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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Reflectors > Classified #293383

For Sale: 14" TScope Truss Dob

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Here is a bargain you just can't afford to pass if you are in the market for a larger Dobsonian. It's time for me to make yet another move in telescopes.

I have an almost new (11 months old) custom made 14" f/4.7 TScope Dob. It has these extras included: AstroSystems Phase Four 2" low profile focuser, 7x50 finder scope, black cloth light shroud, Sky Commander Digital Setting Circles and a set of wheelbarrow handles with pneumatic tires. See TScopes website for pictures and details of what the scope looks like. No step ladder needed as you observe with both feet on the ground even when scope is pointed at zenith. This scope is a pleasure is use and sets up and takes down in only minutes.

If you order one from Ed Taychert now, you can plan on waiting several months for delivery. The basic telescope currently sells for $2,195 plus shipping and handling. Add in the cost of the 'extras' ...light shroud, larger finder, AstroSystems focuser, wheelbarrow handles and the Sky Commander DSC and you have well over my asking price of $2,695.

I do not want to ship this scope, but can arrange to delilver or meet partway in lieu of of shipping cost.

I am located in north central Texas.

Thanks for looking, Ben Hudgens

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