I don't know specifically, but if you look at the power requirements (voltage and milliamps) on the back or side of the units and just get one from wherever that has those requirements. Also, look at where the adapter plugs into the radio. There will be a symbol near the hole that looks like this C-- (a mostly closed circle with a line coming out of it). After the line will be a + or - (plus or minus) sign. This tells you the polarity of the tip of the plug that goes into the radio. Just buy one with a TIP of the same polarity as the radio says, get the right voltage and milliamp requirements and it will work.
If you already know all of this, I am sorry for explaining it. I didn't mean to make you look dumb, but I don't know how much people know about things, and I don't want your radios to get damaged by omission.