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D104 with a Johnson Messanger 250

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kf4eyr

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you say d104 but what stand are you using? d104 is the head the stand it is mounted on is what matches the head to the radio,,,, the tug 8 stands works excellent with the old messengers as does the ug stands do the only difference is one is an amplified stand where the other is non amplified,,, these 2 works best with a radio using relays for switching from transmit to receive,,,,,
 

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D104 with Johnson Messenger 250

Attached schematic on bases. I have the T-UG8. If this will work, I need to know how to wire the D104 plug connector to the Johnson radio. Haven't done this stuff since the 70's and everyone I know that could help has passed on.
 

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