GSO 50mm Finder Bracket for Crayford Focuser

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Our Product ID: OFIN-GS-8BK01
Manufacturer SKU: 8BK01
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GSO 50mm Finder Bracket for Crayford Focuser

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  • GSO finder bracket for attaching 50mm finders to GSO's line of Crayford focusers for refractor telescopes
  • Precision machined from aluminumVery easy to install on the focuser using an M4 screw
  • 6-point finder adjustment for quick and precise alignment
  • Nylon thumbscrews will not mar your finder
  • Bracket weight: 5.5oz
  • The inner diameter of the bracket is 56mm, so please make sure that your finder tube will fit into this bracket before placing an order
  • Works with all GSO focusers that have a 4mm set screw on the focuser body where a finder base or bracket can be mounted. This includes all single speed, standard dual speed, and linear bearing dual speed GSO models, except the 112mm linear bearing model.
  • Requires the following tools for installation: Philips screwdriver and 2mm (or 5/64") allen key. These are not included.

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