Bob May wrote:
> If you're wearing out the T-nuts then you're adjusting the scope too often
> or there are some real problems eslewhere on the scope.
> If the cell is screwed to the side of the tube, you should make a glued on
> pad (you can additionally screw it to the tube) upon which to set the cell
> so that the bolts holding it onto the pads go up the tube. This will not
> only keep the cell from moving about up and down the tube but also allow for
> the removal of the primary and replacement without having to recollimate the
> I'd just do what is necessary to make the scope collimation free and keep my
> hands off of the next set of T-nuts.
Fun that there are so many ways to get the Hair off a Cat! ;-)