Cycle of test and eq

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Easy-peasy! I'd never touched a EQ mount of any kind, and had it up and running in just a couple hours. I took my time assembling it, and looking it over, aligned the polar scope on a distant radio tower, in the daylight, and hauled it outside for a test drive. It worked amazingly well the first night, and continues to improve as my skill increases. One thing to add, that really helped me, is a piece of acetate sheet cut to fit between the mount head and tripod. I can leave the center bolt tight, and still have a nice, smooth AZ adjustment for polar alignment. (Thanks, Serge, for that one!) I am very happy I got the Pro version.

Cycle of test and eq

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