20 ft. RG58 Coax Cable Assembly (N Male - SMA Male) | 955822

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20' of 75 Ohm, low-loss foam, black RG58 COAX cable; N Male to SMA Male.
20' of 75 Ohm, low-loss foam, black RG58 COAX cable; N Male to SMA Male.
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Model Number:955822
Price$ 29.99
AvailabilityIn stock

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Asked by Sam 3 months ago

Question: I need a cable with internal threads on both ends! I purchased an indoor omni antenna which they said was N female but yet has external threads about 9/16 in diameter! The other end goes to my Z boost receiver which also has external threats approximate 3/8 to 7/16 diameter about the same diameter as a f connector but it is not! Do you think this is what I need ?

Answer: Hi Sam, I would recommend reaching out to our online team and sending some pictures of your current system so we can ensure you are getting what you need. You can email us at [email protected] Thank you!

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