Bob's Knobs for No-Tools Tripod Bolts for Celestron NexStar Telescopes # Ntri

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Our Product ID: PAOA-BK-Ntri
Manufacturer SKU: Ntri
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Bob's Knobs for No-Tools Tripod Bolts for Celestron NexStar Telescopes # Ntri

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Meade, Celestron, Vixen, and others manufacture a large variety of telescope mounts, both in the azimuth-elevation and equatorial styles. Assembling the mount often requires the use of Allen screws. Bob's Knobs supplies knobs to replace these screws in most applications. These are much easier to use with gloves on. And perhaps most importantly, you'll never drop that pesky little Allen wrench or screwdriver into the grass again.

Part: Ntri

These knobs replace the Allen or non-captive hand bolts for no-tools setup of the Celestron NexStar azimuth-elevation mount. Non-captive bolts can be removed completely from the tripod base. These knobs will work with or without the Starizona Landing Pad between the tripod and telescope base. Knobs will not fit the Super HD tripod (93509).

The knobs are no-slip coated plastic, 51 mm (2 inch) diameter, with chrome-plated steel bolts.

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