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rubberman

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  1. New and old primary springs, solved the collimation drift Thanks to the members who post information on the forum as soon as this started i rembered something i had read here http://stargazerslounge.com/uploads/gallery/album_1084/gallery_10629_1084_1479729.jpg
  2. Weclome to SGL, stretton based stargazer with a 12" dob you are welcome to come have look sometime
  3. Yup since I fitted one to the dob, makes finding objects of interest a doddle even in my light polluted sky. A Telrad combined with Stellarium & a ever improving knowledge of the night sky is a winner.
  4. patchy cloud & nearly windy enough to make the manual dob track automatically
  5. Cannot agree more, a pair of mk1 eyeballs are best optic equipment i have.
  6. Result! Well done Euan. All I am getting at the moment is excuses "We have to light the highway" & "it's the lowest wattage" or "we cannot modify it as it would stop the light from doing what is supposed to do" etc.
  7. Had a 300P Flextube for a few months now, managed to get it out in various conditions it's a fine scope even in light poluted back garden, Didn't go with the Goto or Auto versions just added a telrad to make finding faster.
  8. Always wondered if the council will let me do that to my roof!
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