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  1. The large ball pivot in the center of the base plate of the DDM160 pier is difficult to align when mating the pier to the base plate. The female part of the pivot tends to lock in place at an angle. This prevents the pier from resting on the two cylindrical side supports which are welded to the base of the pier. Any tips on how to prevent this? Thanks, Robert W. Williams
  2. Hi there, I am a proud user of a DDM85XL; so for a (theorical) project of a few friends and mine we are aiming for a DDM160, as we play with the idea of a VERY large scope sitting on it. We think about a huge Newtonian scope, where the tube would be as long as 2700mm (!), and weight about 250kg. Alright, the weight might be within the limits of the DDM160, but what about the tube lenght? I recall long refractors weighting not so much, but requiring serious mounts just because of their size... Thanks for your comments
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