JMI Medium Size Universal Wheeley Bars

Manufactured by: JMI
Model: TPWUMED

$234.82



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JMI Medium Size Universal Wheeley Bars
ATS Portable Pier mount (depending on weight of telescope and configuration of pier legs); Celestron C4-R, C5-S, C5-SGT, C6-N, C6-R, C6-RGT, C8, C8-NGT, C8-S, C8-SGT, C8+, C8-N, C8-S, C9¼-S, C9¼-SGT, C10-N, C10-NGT, C11-SGT, C102-HD, Celestar 8, CG-4 mount, CG-5 mount, CG-9¼, CGE 800** / 925** / 1100**, Classic 8, CPC 800 GPS / 925 GPS / 1100 GPS, Fastar 8, G-8, G8-N, G-9¼, Great Polaris C8, Great Polaris mount, NexStar 8 / 8 GPS / 8i / 8i (XLT) / 8 SE / 9¼ GPS / 11 GPS, Super C8 with adjustable tripod, Ultima 8 / 9¼ / 11; Losmandy GM-8; Meade 2080 and 2120 Fork mounts (except MTS) through LX200 7", 8" and 10" (Ritchey-Chrétien, GPS and non-GPS versions) with standard field tripod, LX90-ACF 8" / 10", LX90GPS 8" / 10", LX400-ACF 10", LXD55 AR-5 / AR-6 / SN-6 / SN-8 / SN-10, LXD75 AR-5 / AR-6 / SN-6 / SN-8 / SN-10, ETX-90EC and ETX-125EC with deluxe field tripod, LX10, LX50, LX90, LXD500 / 600 / 650 mounts, Starfinder German Equatorial 6 / 8 / 10; Orion SkyView Pro mount; Vixen Great Polaris mount, Great Polaris Deluxe mount

Adjusts to fit tripods with tip-to-tip distance from 33" to 43"
See doorway measurements for more dimensions.

Tip receptacle is 2-1/4" I.D.
Raises mount 3-1/2" off the ground with standard wheels
Wheel diameter is 2-3/8"  (optional 5" and 10" wheels are available)

** Your CGE mount may require Large Size Universal Wheeley Bars depending on the tip-to-tip distance.  It may also require the 10" Pneumatic Large Wheel Upgrade (to lower the mount to an acceptable height).

NOTE
 Do not use the Medium Wheeley Bars for 12" or larger SCTs (even if the mount is listed above) as these telescopes are too heavy for this product.

The picture at left shows the Medium Size Universal Wheeley Bars with the standard 2-3/8" wheels.  The optional 5" Large Wheels are also shown for size comparison.

 



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