JMI Telescopes Universal Wheeley Bar (Medium, 2.4" Wheels)

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JMI Telescopes Universal Wheeley Bar (Medium, 2.4" Wheels)
Key Features
  • Maximum Payload: 50 lb
  • Tripod Tip-to-Tip Distance: 33-43"
  • Standard 2.4" Diameter Wheels
  • 3.5" Ground Clearance
JMI Telescopes makes this medium Universal Wheeley Bar to support and more easily transport larger field tripods and telescope rigs. It comes with standard 2.4" wheels that raise most tripods 3.5" off the ground, or 5" for Astro-Physics pier mounts. The Wheeley Bar has a maximum payload capacity of 50 lb and tip receptacles with an inside diameter of 2.25" and is adjustable to fit tripods with a tip-to-tip distance from 33 to 43". JMI recommends that this medium Wheeley Bar NOT be used for 12" or larger Schmidt-Cassegrain telescopes (SCTs), even if the mount is listed as being compatible, as these telescopes are too heavy for this size and suggests using the large size instead.
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Does this item include the larger 5 wheels as pictured? Thank you...
Asked by: John D.
It does not the JMI Telescopes 5 Large Wheels Upgrade for Wheeley Bar are sold separately. My apologies for the discrepancy. It looks like we updated the photo on our site now. Link to the Wheels: http://bhpho.to/2cd7HPd
Answered by: Alex S.
Date published: 2018-08-27

With the small wheels will it move over grass ...

With the small wheels will it move over grass lawn?
Asked by: Anonymous
With 2.4" wheels I would not recommend movement over grass.
Answered by: John
Date published: 2020-11-03

Does it fit Celestron Advanced VX Mount?

Does it fit Celestron Advanced VX Mount?
Asked by: Sang
It should be able to carry the Celestron Advanced VX Mount.
Answered by: John
Date published: 2020-11-03

It looks like this video has an 8" Celestron. ...

It looks like this video has an 8" Celestron. Would this be good for a Meade 8" Lx200?
Asked by: Rosemarie
It should work. You are not even close to the payload capacity of 100 pounds
Answered by: John
Date published: 2020-11-02
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