I have been looking for the old style connectors for some 7/8" Heliax I
have for *years*. They are rare. The hardline model number I have for my
7/8" is FHJ5-50A and the 'N' connector numbers are 45AN (N-female) and 45AW
(N-male). I've run across some 1 1/4" connectors (concentric outer spiral)
at Dayton but the 7/8" are nowhere to be found.
73 Al N9ISN
On Wed, 1 Apr 2015 06:51:35 -0500, "email@example.com" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>I am not sure what old style connectors are. N connectors for LDF6 are
>pretty inexpensive in the surplus market. The tower pros likely have a
>number of these laying around if you happen know anyone in the business.
>They are also frequently on eBay. I have purchased new one piece ones for
>around $10 so I personally would not mess around home brewing.
>Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] Wanted two (2) 1-1/4" older style N LDF6-50A
>From: Bill via TowerTalk <email@example.com>
>Date: Wed, 1 Apr 2015 06:38:49 -0400
>If you are just using it for HF, guys have been rolling their own for a
>couple of bucks for years. Many different ways to accomplish this. I used
>copper "flares" normally used for plumbing and just waterproofed them after
>fabrication. Easy and cheap.
>In a message dated 4/1/2015 10:35:43 A.M. Coordinated Universal Time,
>I am still looking for a couple 1-1/4" Heliax old style connectors.
>Appreciate all the leads since yesterday - nothing panned out yet.
>The feedline is older LDF6-50A. I am told the connectors may be
>Silver (not brass) shell.
>Possibly part number L46PN.
>Looking for two female or male Ns for this cable... Advise price and
>Thanks in advance,
Allan W. Schlaugat Albertville, WI USA
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