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Living on N 59 means I have to adjust my EQ6 Sky-Watcher mount to the relevant height witch probably is not taken in to account by the designer of the mount. Although I have exchanged the altitude bolts to stronger ones (after experiencing bending the soft original ones) I still have problems in getting the south side bolt to get a firm hold to push the mount “rocker” to the correct position. I have heard about modifications of the “rocker” and would very much appreciate any descriptions, pictures, drawings or videos on how to tackle this issue.