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    Default Re: How to fine tune an Atlas Pro AZ/EQ mount!



    Well done UM, I was beginning to wonder what the inside looked like .
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    Default Re: Article: How to Fine Tune an Atlas Pro AZ EQ Telescope Mount

    Wonderful article
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    Great article. I'm afraid to do it just yet, but maybe in the future I'll work up the courage and need. Thank you.

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    I was thinking of buying one of these, I don't think I am up to fine tuning one, wow! Great article on how to do it though!

 

 
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