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Quote:Has anybody used their (TSS) CD on how to tune up the mount?
Quote:That's quite the setup, Bobby! How does the mount behave in the wind (assuming it gets any in the observatory)?Tony
Quote:I don't want this to be seen as vendor bashing, but over on the TSS-Yahoo forum, it seems that the owner of TSS has been pretty non-responsive over the past several months.Everything might be okay now, but just be careful out there.
Home-built Newt: 10" f/4.5 Royce conical primary, Skywatcher NEQ6 (Astrotroniks tuned) iEQ45, Duo-T, 8" f/4 Skywatcher Quattro CF 120 ED f/7.5 Skywatcher Black Diamond 80ED Stellarvue
Quote:British kit? Could you post a link to this?Thanks!Tony
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