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David Clark Communication Cord Kit on 2040-parts.com

US $34.99
Location:

Los Angeles, California, United States

Los Angeles, California, United States
Condition:New Brand:David Clark Compatible Model:H10-13.4, H10-13Y, H10-20, H10-30, H20-10 Manufacturer Part Number:18028G-26 Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Compatible Make:Cord

Raw wires on one side and David Clark Part Number: 09226P-02 (U174/U) Helicopter Jack on the other side. The 18028G-26 comm cord is used on the H10-76 low impedance military headset.

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