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DC Coax Jack Panel Mount w/ 6in Coax Plug Cable

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$16.95
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71478001
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NEW DC Coax Panel Mount Connector with the spring cover and the Coax Plug Cable soldered on for plugging to the output of the Battery Harness or Heat-troller. It allows a direct connection to the DC Coax Power plugs used in the Heat-troller. This is 6 inches more or less. I know the photo makes it look bigger and I will get a new photo up as soon as I can. But the length is not important since it plugs to our battery harness and you can get that in 2 lengths.

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  1. very well made 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 3rd Jul 2017

    Great piece of mechanical ingenuity. This should ship with all of your controllers!


  2. High Quality Product 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 7th May 2017

    I searched high and low for a good panel mounted jack for my heated jacket and gloves, but the only offerings I found were cheap plastic jacks that had no weather protection. This jack is solid! I was a little nervous drilling a 3/4 inch hole in my bike's fairings, but it was worth it!


  3. Plug make attachments easy 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 30th Apr 2017

    Great plug for cold weather riders. Easy access while on the move


  4. Heated Garment Jack for GL-1800 Goldwing 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 23rd Apr 2017

    I installed the panel mount socket on the left side of the fairing, below the panel that has the headlight position and suspension controls. There is just enough space behind the panel for the interior part of the jack to fit.
    Two suggestions if you choose to mount your socket in this location: (1) carefully select (and center punch) where the center of the hole will be and make certain there will be enough clearance for the spring loaded cap to function without touching the control panel above and (2) make certain that when you drill the hole, you make certain of the clearance of any wires that may in the path of the drill bit. I pushed everything out of the way behind where the hole was to be drilled and stuffed the area with newspaper before drilling.
    The scariest part of the process is drilling that seemingly huge hole in your motorcycle, but once installed the socket looks professional and work very well,
    I also purchased a coiled heater cord to run between the socket and my heated liner, which worked out well. Stay warm.


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