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Syntor x systems 90

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JCC419

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Anyone ever installed a Motorola syntor x system 90 control head into a console ?.
I have one that would like to install and what type of face plate would be required
Please post a picture it would be helpful.
 

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something like this.

you can see how that model # comes up for several moto heads . I can't recall if it was Havis or Jotto we used, but they're still out there.
 
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You are welcome, I don't miss those days...fighting with that thick shielded cabling.
 

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I have a Syntor plate I would sell you for $35 shipped USPS.
I just took a Syntor X head out of it, but the photo was too big to post here.
So its just the one below.
 

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I don't miss those days...fighting with that thick shielded cabling.
Ah yes. A radio with a 16 mode head and a scan head and a multi PL head and a DTMF encoder head, trying to stuff all those pretty colored connectors through a 3/4" hole in an ambulance bulkhead.
 
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