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Re: [BULK] - [TowerTalk] Motorola Connectors

To: "Steve Katz" <>,"'Michael Tope'" <>,"TowerTalk" <>
Subject: Re: [BULK] - [TowerTalk] Motorola Connectors
From: "AA6DX" <>
Reply-to: AA6DX <>
Date: Fri, 14 May 2004 11:05:09 -0700
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Here's a place...cheeeep ...   Mark, AA6DX
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From: "Steve Katz" <>
To: "'Michael Tope'" <>; "TowerTalk"
Sent: Friday, May 14, 2004 9:28 AM
Subject: RE: [BULK] - [TowerTalk] Motorola Connectors

> Those darn no-coders!  Oops, wrong place.
> I've seen the cable extensions (Motorola female one end, right-angle male
> installed on the other end) at my local car stereo/alarm installer's shop.
> If you have such a shop near you, you might check there.
> -WB2WIK/6
> Sorry this a slightly little off topic (but not nearly as much as ISO9001
> compliance). Anyone know where I can get right-angle motorola
> connectors (e.g. the standard male car radio connector). Specifically
> I need something that will change a long straight Motorola male
> plug into a right-angle that makes a nice sharp turn (there isn't
> much room between the firewall of my Ford pickup and the back
> of the radio. A short jumper cable with a Motorola female jack on
> one end and a Motorola right angle male on the other end would
> do nicely. I recently got an antenna switch (see its sorta appropriate
> for TowerTalk) that goes between my car radio and the factory
> antenna , and the switch uses a long straight male plug which won't
> clear the firewall.
> Thanks,
> Mike, W4EF............................


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