If the fellow read the "6" in 465 as an "8" he would get 485.
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At 11:34 PM 7/21/2020, you wrote:
I donâ€™t see any way that a 485 could use cordwrap feet like a 465/475. The area where these mount to the scope is very narrow. Too narrow for the footprint of the 465/475 type of foot. It would take a hybrid design, sort of a melding of the 465 foot with the 485 foot.
I would ask the customer for a picture of the back and front of the scope.
I would be very interested to see what they have.
Michael W. Lynch
11993 Wildcat Hollow Road
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On Jul 21, 2020, at 16:27, Jeff Davis <n0dyjeff@...> wrote:from the drawing in the service manual. I'm still mystified how my customer's 485 came by the feet he sent me.
Thanks for the photo - that's what I pictured
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Sent: Tuesday, July 21, 2020 1:46 PMsuch. I suppose it just has something like the 2465 series? I posted a picture in the photo section.
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Subject: Re: [TekScopes] 485 Cordwrap Feet
My 485 does not have cordwrap feet as
Hope this helps.