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WITHDRAWN - Altair TMS Heavy Duty Losmandy / Vixen Saddle Clamp

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Altair TMS Heavy Duty Losmandy / Vixen Saddle Clamp

As new.

Was going to use with a Rowan AZ100 but now that they will be offering a dual fit saddle the Altair is no longer needed. 

WITHDRAWN

Heavy duty saddle plate which is compatible with both the Vixen/Synta-format telescope mounting bars, or the Losmandy-format wider mounting plates. This all-in-one design means you don't have to change clamps for different telescopes, making your mount more compatible. 

Payment by PayPal (buyer pays fees) or Bank Transfer. 

        John

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Have a pair of matt stainless steel clamping knobs if you want to upgrade the knobs. The stainless knobs make it much easier to tighten the clamp. The knobs are M8 thread and were nearly £30.00 from WDS Ltd.

Will sell the knobs with the saddle for an extra £15.00 or £20.00 if sold seperately.

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Think I will give this ad a couple more days and if no interest will withdraw it and use it on the AZ100 as originaly planned. 🤔.

Looks as well made and finished as the Rowan saddle so if not sold not going to spend 150 quid on a Rowan one.

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WITHDRAWN

Surprised there has been no interest so withdrawing it and will be using it on the AZ100.

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