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Tuning up a Fujinon Super 80 (used)

Used scope. Eyepiece does not lock up tight, tends to wiggle loose and drop off. Easy fix? or expensive. Considering putting a rubber gasket in between the scope and the eyepiece in the hope it tightens up the connection.
Problem 2: the screw that is threaded to the quick release plate is too short-it does not lock up the plate tight to the scope. Longer screw will solve the problem?

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Yuh,why not try a lag bolt,seems like it couldnt hurt. how much was the scope.maybe the lag bolt will cost more

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