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Racing Electronics Motorola Car Harness Rt4302 Racing Radios Scca Drag Imca on 2040-parts.com

US $150.00
Location:

Bellingham, Massachusetts, United States

Bellingham, Massachusetts, United States
RACING ELECTRONICS MOTOROLA CAR HARNESS RT4302 RACING RADIOS SCCA DRAG IMCA, US $150.00, image 1
Condition:New Brand:RACING ELECTRONICS Manufacturer Part Number:RT4302 UPC:Does Not Apply

RACING ELECTRONICS MOTOROLA CAR HARNESS RT4302 RACING RADIOS SCCA DRAG IMCA

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You would be purchasing a  NEW RACING ELECTRONICS MOTOROLA TWIN CAR HARNESS RT4302 





The first photo is a stock photo (I used it because I didn't want to take the harness out of the sealed packaging).  The only difference in the stock picture and the actual harness is the largest jack.  Mine is stainless steel the stock photo looks like a black plastic connection.

RACING ELECTRONICS CAR HARNESS RE4302

  • RACING ELECTRONICS
  • REPLACEMENT CAR HARNESS
  • P/N RT4302
  • Headset cable, connects to: Motorola SP50, P110, P1225, GP300, GP350, CP200, PR400 to all RR and David Clark Two-Way Headsets
  • Stock car GP300, SP50, P110, P1225, GTX, CT150, CT250, CT450, PR400, GP2000, GP308, GP68, SP10, SP21,
  • GP350(requires a HLN9482 adapter)
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