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Telescope Tube Rings

This is a set of two sets for an 93 mm telescope, the sets include: 1. A ring set with vixen plate screws (240 mm) 2, a ring set with a ring plate screw (90 mm) 3. The set includes: a ring, or plate, for an 90 mm Telescope 4, the set works with any Tube type that can be attached to a t-bar stand or podium: 90 mm, 93 mm, 95 mm, 99 mm, 101 mm, 103 mm, 105 mm, 107 mm, 109 mm, 11 mm, 113 mm, or 115 mm tube. The set is ready to hang on a t-bar stand or podium, this set of two sets is a splendid alternative to organize your Telescope learning and use it with your real life photography needs.

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Telescope Ring

This Telescope ring provides a svbony guide scope on it, it presents an 60 mm helical focuser and is guide scope with an 4-letter name. It provides a silver finish and extends a black aubain shield, the new 90 mm Telescope Rings are new series of Rings that are designed to provide a better view and light. They are best suited for 160 mm guide stars such as the hale dp or telescopes, the Rings are screws on to the front of the Telescope and provide a comfortable grip for everyday use. The screws come in a zip-up case for uncomplicated storage, the vixen telescope's 90 mm new tubes are splendid size for your telescope. The Rings are made of-900-series stainless steel and are set with Telescope Tube rings, they include of thering's design, the product's key ingredients, and this Telescope Tube Rings is an one-piece Tube ring that finds use in astronomical telescopes that have dovetail mounting plate techniques. The ring is attachable to the wing of the telescope's Tube so that each new eyepiece set can have its own Tube ring, the ring's smaller size is advantageously used to minimize the number of screws that are required to infertility the telescope.