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    be sure to run the correct coax

    dont cut it short with coax. Run double what you need or....
    by BOOTYMONSTER Tue Nov 11, 2008 2:07 pm
    how about an option to delete a thread we make ?
    ill admit im at least a part time idiot . sometimes i do double post when editing a post .
    some may find this hard to believe , but ....... sometimes i even get pissed and make a post i regret later . hard to believe huh?? lol

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    dammit boy !!!!!!!!!!

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    having no technical background i can't say for sure but that looks like it got smoked?what were you running through it and what was it rated for?another reason i am going to just start out with the LMR400 even though i onbly have a 260watt amp and a 270watt amp(peak).i do plan on eventually getting a 500watt to 1000watt amp but that will be a while before i can afford one of them because i will be buying one of those custome made jobbies like a Dave Made or something like that(I know,i know,this one sucks and that one eats the other one's dust).

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    the coax is 217. yes the end arc'ed internally, not the coax itself. i found out after the fact that the 217 coax specific ends cant handle as much power as the standard pl259's can.
    the watts were over 10kw
    by BOOTYMONSTER Tue Nov 11, 2008 2:07 pm
    how about an option to delete a thread we make ?
    ill admit im at least a part time idiot . sometimes i do double post when editing a post .
    some may find this hard to believe , but ....... sometimes i even get pissed and make a post i regret later . hard to believe huh?? lol

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