Replacement Telescopic End For Garmin Astro 220/320 Handheld Long Range Antenna on 2040-parts.com
Palatka, Florida, United States
Lengths:Aprx 10.5" closed & 42" extended
Manufacturer Part Number:RAE42
Reason to buy and use:Replaces Broken End on Handheld LR Antenna
Country/Region of Manufacture:Taiwan
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One (1) NEW Replacement Telescopic End for the Garmin Handheld Extended Range Antenna. (TELESCOPIC END ONLY, Handheld & coax Xed out in photo are NOT INCLUDED)
Have you broken or lost your telescopic end? This extendable end was made to replace it and keep you from having to buy another whole new setup. Just screw this end onto your handle and you are back in business.
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