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To connect your radio to your antenna you need a coax lead.
We supply either loose coax, or a variety of leads made up with plugs on.
If you do not see the lead you require (eg you need a longer one) we would be pleased to make one up for you.
A standard 50cm coax lead, made from RG58, with a PL259 plug fitted on each end, used for connecting swr meters, amps etc.
Made with proper solder-on plugs (not cheap crimp-on).
Made in India.
A high quality 50cm coax lead, made from RG8-mini coax (7mm), with a superior quality PL259 plug fitted on each end.
Made by ourselves rather than mass produced in India!
A standard coax lead, made from good quality RG58, with a superior quality PL259 plug fitted on each end.
For use with a wide variety of mounts, or for coax extensions etc.
A high quality coax lead, made from low loss RG8-mini coax, with a superior quality PL259 plug fitted on each end.
A coax lead made with RG58, with an "old style" DV elbow plug on one end and a PL259 plug on the other end.
For use with DV and 3/8 DV mounts.
Because the plugs are no longer available we can only supply these in a limited number of lengths.
A coax lead made with RG58, with an "new style" DV elbow plug on one end and a PL259 plug on the other end.
Please make sure you order the correct style DV lead - either with the old style or new style DV elobow plug.
A high quality coax lead made using clear mini-8 low loss 7mm coax.
Fitted with a PL259 plug on each end.
Aerial extension lead for car radios (not CB).
Fitted with a standard car aerial plug on one end and a female socket on the other.
Available in 1m and 3m lengths.
A coax lead made with best quality RG58 coax, with either a superior quality PL259 on each end, or a DV Elbow (new style) on one end.
Simply choose the type and the length from the boxes, and we will make the lead to suit. The price can be checked in your basket.
Co-Phase harness for use with twin-trucker antennas.
Ready made lead which has a PL259 plug fitted at all 3 ends. The single connection into your radio feeds 2 coax leads for connecting to twin antennas.