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SkyWatcher 150mm Tube Mounting Rings for 150mm Refractor Telescopes

SkyWatcher 150mm Tube Mounting Rings for 150mm Refractor Telescopes
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SkyWatcher 150mm Tube Mounting Rings for 150mm Refractor Telescopes
Ex Tax: £38.33
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  • Model: 20415
  • Shipping Weight: 0.90kg
  • SKU: 20415
  • MPN: 20415
  • Location: F1A3

for 150mm Skywatcher Refractor Telescopes

Actual inner diameter of tube rings is appr 143 - 144mm
Colour might vary: black or white (current stock as of Aug 2020: white)

These quality cast aluminium rings are custom-made for use with either the AZ3, EQ1, EQ2, EQ3-2, EQ4, EQ5, HEQ5 and EQ6 (incl. PRO)  mounts/mounting plates.
Rings of the following internal diameters are (or used to be) available: 90mm, 102mm, 120mm, 130mm, 140mm, 150mm, 160mm, 182mm, 236mm & 285mm.
They are felt-lined and hinged for easy installation of the telescope. By loosening the thumbscrews, the telescope can be easily balanced and rotated. 

Image is for demonstration purposes only.

Additional Compatibility

We've tested it and found that it is compatible with the Skywatcher Skymax-127 127mm Maksutov that has a tube diameter of appr. 144.7mm, however we've heard it from a customer that his tube ring was slightly different and it was not compatible with his Skymax-127. 

So, please make sure you actually measure the outer diameter of your telescope to make sure it is compatible before you commit to buy. If the tube rings are slightly larger than the tube, you might fill up the gap with two sided thick sticky tape (i.e. 3M).

Please note that you'll have to remove the dovetail bar to be able to attach the tube rings. We looked inside the tube and we cannot see nuts, but please check out your telescope just in case...If there are no nuts, then you'll have to worry about the two tiny holes the removed screws will leave behind...

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