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burnzmoney

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I was wondering if there is any place to get the cable that interfaces the radio to the remote head unit, I have this radio and that cable is cut and missing one of the connectors. Does anybody have any suggestions?
 

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Dang, I just sold my old 2020 with a remote kit last week. I was almost ready to part it out.

Have you tried Icom directly?
I'd also suggest trying Epcom, they are a big Icom dealer and may have some still in stock. The radio is a few years old, but not old enough that all parts should be gone.
 

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The RMK-1 seperation kit has been discontinued. But, if all you need is the seperation cable, they are still available as it is the same cable used in the current models. Im not sure what length you need, but off the top of my head the OPC-608 is the longest cable length you can get and is 26 FT long. There are shorter length cables available all with part numbers starting with "OPC". Any Icom dealer should be able to get this (some may even have them in stock) for you. Hope this helps!
 
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