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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Mounts - Equatorial > Classified #707049

For Sale: Astro-Physics Mach1 GTO, PWT Portable Pier & Acc [SOLD]

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I have a very lightly used (<12 nights) Astro-Physics Mach1 GTO mount with a prototype PWT Monolith LT Portable Pier. It's an incredibly rigid portable observing platform for your telescope. The mount was purchased in 2007 and has the Pier Adapter Warranty upgrade installed. The firmware is version 4.12. The portable pier is a prototype (but nearly identical) version of the Particle Wave Technology's Monolith LT Portable Pier. It is 7" x 34" fixed height and weighs ~20 lbs. Because it is a prototype, I paid only 60% of the $1950 new cost. My total investment in this equipment is $8000. Yours for $5600, including shipping. Local buyers can save $200 by picking it up in Colorado Springs. Paypal please add $150.

Here is the complete listing of what is included:
AP Mach 1 GTO complete with servo, Keypad, PulseGuide, and 14.5" x 1.125" diameter counterweight shaft
AP ADATRI Flat Surface Pier Adapter
AP 10.7" x 1.875" counterweight shaft and safety stop
AP 9.25" x 1.875" shaft extension
AP 5 lb SS (stainless steel) counterweight (1.875" diam)
AP 10 lb SS counterweight (1.875" diam)
Robin Casady 15 lb SS counterweight (1.875" diam)
Rpbin Casady 12" Dovetail Saddle
Pelican 1620 wheeled case with pluck foam shaped for the mount
JMI Pier/Tripod Soft Carrying Case CASE3811C
PWT 7" x 34" Fixed Height Portable Pier

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