Thanks Aurora and Don for the prompt response
My laser is collimated in it's 1 1/4 " 2" adapter, and fits nicely in the 2" focus tube. The laser has a 2mm wide circular beam and registers good in the focuser. I use my barlow and can see the shadow of the primary's doughnut on the target of the collimator.
Unless I'm missing something I'm happy with that collimation of primary for now, proud of myself even ..... I think.
I'm (some what) happy with the Collimatoin cap I made, the peep hole ended up being 4mm wide by the time I got concentric.
I like the sound of the 2" light pipe but it"s over the budget for this year (about $125 Canadian to my door)
I think that all I really need...?
Is a good quality sight tube with cross hairs.It would be more accurate then my collimation cap for checking or positioning the secondary, which is what I'm looking for.
My choices are
(A) a cheap combination tool from inside Canada, $40 Canadian
(B) the 1 1/4" light pipe, $75 Canadian
© try to find something used, $... ?
(D) try to build something.
I'm still undecided as to what I'm going to do but thanks for the advice
Looks like rain on the West Coast this week