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pavlos

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  1. I am selling a set of ADM 150mm rings and their 34 cm bar. It can be used with scopes of diameter 90mm up to 135mm In perfect condition as NEW!! Asking 120 £ ( mine shipment costs) It a MDS guidescope kit from ADM accessories. adm rings page Revolut
  2. I am selling my guiding camera QHY 5 MONO, its in perfect condition. (with cables, but no original box) 1280x1024 1.3Mpixels, Pixel Size : 5.2µm x 5.2µm, Peak QE 56%, USB2.0, Weight 100 g 60£ (I pay the shipment costs). Revolut Athens Greece
  3. Hi to all, I can't eliminate the backlash I am having in the RA after my second rebuild of my 12 year old EQ6 mount, I didnt have it after the 1st rebuild. It's not huge now but its there, and I want to get rid of it!! I believe that the problem is on the thickness of the shims. This backlash is caused between the worm gear and the worm roller or is coming from the large grear on motor and the gold worm gear on the worm???? I followed astrobaby's instructions and its suggestions to determine which thickeness shims to use and I might have done it wrong and also I didnt write down which shims I had before I replaced them!!! Also I tried to loosen just a bit the slotted nut in the worm assembly but it didn't change anything..... So can someone tell me which shim should I focus to and also should it be replaced with a thicker onw or a thinner one?! Thanking you in advance, Pavlos
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