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kd8omt

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has anyone ever played around with making a icom radio from there kenwood or motorola cable. i made a jumper to make my kenwood cable program my rs pro-2096 and maybe thought i could save some cash and make one for my IC-F420 out of my kenwood or moto cables.
 

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well if you think about, old piece of cat5 laying around=free and maybe a phone jack to use as a jumper box=1.50at local hardware store, can you buy a cable for 1.50 on ebay?
 
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