I have purchased long bulkhead connectors from the Wireman in the past.
He seemed to be able to supply any length you wanted, although some may
be a special order. He always seems to sell high quality components.
On 4/9/2012 11:07 AM, chris casey wrote:
> I got some 6" bulkhead connectors from max-gain systems. They look
> nice enough and seem to work ok so far. Also some of their silver
> plated connectors but I haven't tried those yet.
> On Mon, Apr 9, 2012 at 9:57 AM, Pete Smith N4ZR<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> You might call The Rf Connection and talk to Joel. I have always found
>> him to be forthright about the quality of the connectors he sells, while
>> acknowledging that he does sell some cheap junk because that's what many
>> hams demand. Also, the quality differentiation is pretty evident on his
>> 73, Pete N4ZR
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>> On 4/9/2012 10:52 AM, John Becker wrote:
>>> There has been discussion recently about the quality of UHF connectors
>>> from manufacturers other than Amphenol. The consensus has been that they
>>> should be avoided.
>>> I'm replacing some feedlines, and was considering using UHF bulkhead
>>> connectors to bring them through the wall. Presently, they just go
>>> through with no connector. The problem is that AFAIK Amphenol only makes
>>> a 2" long UHF bulkhead connector and I would need 6".
>>> These are readily available, but the manufacturer seems to be unknown.
>>> For instance, I've seen them at Dayton from this dealer:
>>> Any thoughts on this subject? Thanks!
>>> John, K9MM
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