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Quote:Bad GoTo's are a sign that the motors need to be recalibrated and trained. I got rough GoTos until I figured out the calibration step. A master reset can also help. There are two mounting points on the underside of the ETX-125 OTA, but I don't think that I'd want to hang the weight of the scope from there. A set of tube rings and a saddle plate might work well.
Quote:I just picked up a deforked ETX-125 for forty bucks. I got a dovetail mount from ScopeStuff and put it on my Atlas EQG. It's a winning combination.P
Quote:... Am getting tired of the inaccurate Gotos of the ETX and thought I might mount the ETX tube on one of the other mounts...
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Quote:Hi Bob, I got this one from ScopeStuff.It comes with the standard photo screws which just attach to the bottom of the ETX-125 OTA. It was quite simple once you've removed the forks. The broken pieces of the fork were removed with a simple allen wrench. Hope that helps.P
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