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Old 06-13-2010, 10:13 PM
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Does anyone have the connectors/tools and know how to replace a coax connector for a CB cable? I want to route the cable into the cabin thru a grommet. Then add a new connector. of your choice for someone who can help.


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Old 06-14-2010, 08:15 AM
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you can get connectors at hro and come over to solder it on.
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I have a box full of all kinds of connectors and can solder or crimp, whichever you want. I dunno what HRO charges for a standard PL-259 but I think the standard solder-type Amphenol ones I get are about $2 and the RG-58 adapter is I think about $0.50.
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Old 06-14-2010, 10:38 AM
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Yeah the PL-259 ones are about $2 or so at HRO... the guys there will even show you how to do it.
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... the guys at HRO will even show you how to do it.
....and undoubtedly melt the teflon...
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....and undoubtedly melt the teflon...
Actually, including how to check the inner and outer connectors for conductivity (hopefully lack thereof) afterwords. You must have got the wrong guy!
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