Dean I think the design specs for the .73 reducer included the 102T. A quick call to Alex at Stellarvue should confirm. Jonjbtalbot2001
Dean, You do nice work! Yes - the little 70T is fantastic. I have been looking for a nice lightweight (relatively) trouble-free imaging platform that I candibbell1947
Dave, Definitely watching the weather! CS, Jim S. Redlands, CA ... From: Dave Weixelman davew05@... [Stellarvue] To:k75jim
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