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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Reflectors > Classified #956004

For Sale: 28" f/3.58 Webster Newtonian *Sold to Tom* [SOLD]

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For sale is an exquisitely performing 28" f/3.58 Kennedy/Webster Newtonian with all of the options.

Primary is a 28" f/3.58 Kennedy Primary and 5.5" Kennedy Secondary
Gen III ServoCAT with AutoLOCK for uber precise tracking with 10k encoders and a backup set of 10k encoders, factory updated Argo Navis and ServoCAT controller firmware
Feathertouch 2" dual speed focuser with oversize Feathertouch focuser knob
Automatic Heated secondary
StellarCAT powered ground board with one plug-in wire and a back-up spare powering the entire telescope and accessories with no cord wrap
StellarCAT wired and also wireless handpads (the wireless handpad can reside in your pocket and has autosensing for whichever handpad you push, no switches)
Telrad with Dew Cover
Factory metal dually wheelbarrow handles with added internal sliding extensions for easier lifting/rolling
4 Webster super fans on the back of mirror box
Customized 3-step padded/carpeted tilt and roll viewing ladder
Webster truss shroud (never use them on these large scopes).
Webster Truss Pole bag
AstroSystems 28" waterproof scope coat for star parties, etc.

Thanks for looking.
 

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