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    BTX, 95mm, 1.7 magnification extender

    Make a reasonable offer.
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    BTX, 95mm, 1.7 magnification extender

    Font issue should be corrected now.
  3. That's right!!!! For sale is a Brand New BTX, 95mm objective, and 1.7 magnification extender. I am sure you are aware how difficult this package is to obtain. Never out of the box. PM FOR PRICE. $5775 is MSRP on this set up. Located in Flagstaff. Shipping available and delivery to North Phoenix is possible. I can take credit card with 2.5% added to sales price.
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    Swarovski 15x56 (non-hd)

    These are sold. Thanks for all the interest.
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    Swarovski 15x56 (non-hd)

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    Looking to clear out some stuff in garage

    How high will the lift raise a vehicle?
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    Swarovski 15x56 (non-hd)

    You know you have an Antelope and an Elk tag coming, you NEED these awesome binoculars.
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    Swarovski 15x56 (non-hd)

    All Pm's replied to. BTT
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    Swarovski 15x56 (non-hd)

    I need mostly cash, but what do you have for swap?
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    Swarovski 15x56 (non-hd)

    I have a brand new pair of 15's for sale. They are new in the box. They've never left my house. How sad is that? This kit comes with the Swarovski case, tripod adapter, dslr digiscoping adapter. I'm selling to fund other projects. $1500.00. I'm in Flagstaff, but I can send these to the North Valley Monday.
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    WTB - panning tension knob for Jim White pan head

    You might send a PM to Amanda and see if she has any parts available. I think you might have some luck getting something very similar from McMaster Carr. Here's two ideas.... https://www.mcmaster.com/#thumb-screws/=15g92f2 or https://www.mcmaster.com/#nylon-tipped-socket-head-cap-screws/=15g93nd Good luck.
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    ISO Takeoff stocks

    I have a Remington 700 plastic stock. Long Action, detachable box magazine.
  13. Jeep Wrangler (1997 and newer) or Grand Cherokee(1996-2004) would be my choices. These can be found in very good condition for $6k or less. I've been in plenty of side by sides. I don't like the noise or the dust. Limited use, and getting more so every day. Most of unit 10 won't allow for the side by sides. Jeeps as described above are cheap to put a little lift on. Sway bar disconnects for the real twisty stuff and you are golden. Nice to have heat, a/c, radio etc. Also nice not having to trailer them most of the way there to use them. There's my 2 cents. PM if you want more info. Glad to share my learnings.
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    I'll Take it, PM sent.
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    Ideas on a quad...

    If you are in the market for a side by side, then you need to seriously take a look at the cost for what you get. For what those things cost you can by a 1997 or newer Jeep. It has coil springs and rides as good or better than all of the SxS I have been in. Plus the Jeep has a heater, and air conditioning. If you need the dust to cover you then you can just take the top off! LOL Another plus of the jeep is that you don't have to worry about the OHV stickers, and helmet requirements etc.No need for a truck and trailer to haul either, you can get in it drive it hunting, and then drive it home on cruise control. I must agree, however, if one wishes to to travel the roads (mostly all closed now) on Anderson Mesa, a old school quad is the ticket. That is unless you are able to afford a unlimited Class Buggy capable of enduring the Baja 1000 race. Anderson Mesa is the most miserable country to cover in a vehicle.