18′ RG-58A/U Coaxial Cable With Pl-259 Connectors

RG-58A/U coaxial cable with molded PL-259 connectors for moisture protection. For use with single CB antenna SO-239 stud mounts. 95 percent shielding coverage for protection of RF leaks and interference. Stranded center conductor for flexibility. CB radio accessories. Antenna cables.

Product Features

  • TRUCKSPEC 18′ Antenna Coax Cable with PL-259 Connectors.
  • Perfect for CB, Amateur and Two-Way Radio Applications.
  • High Quality RG-58A/U Coax With Molded PLK-259 Connectors Installed.

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3 Responses to 18′ RG-58A/U Coaxial Cable With Pl-259 Connectors

  1. zlh5009 says:

    A decent, basic 18′ coax cable. This cable isn’t super high-end coax, but it isn’t junk either. It’s just a fairly decent, basic cable. When you take one of these apart, you’ll notice that the dielectric is almost 100% covered by the shielding – which is a good sign. They didn’t skimp on copper to save a buck. These don’t have quite as effective of a shield as the upper end coax does, but they still shield around 95%, which is enough for most applications.If you are experiencing a lot of engine or external…

  2. rhfactor6 says:

    Good cable but with problem… The cable seems durable with good strain reliefs. Also seems to work well. The one I received had a problem withthe center conductor posts. This is the skinny post that plugs into the back of the radio as you are screwing the collar down (in the center of the connector). Mine were rough and looked damaged. They were very tight going in (too tight – as in not smooth). Perhaps someone had attempted to repair them? They were not smooth and uniform in appearance. Had to grind one of them to…

  3. Chris says:

    Works fine, not expensive. I’d like to give this 3.5 stars if possible because it is better than OK, but not spectacular. It works well and does have good strain relief on the ends. One thing to know is that the strain relief could cause some issues due to the lack of flexibility as well. Not a problem for me, but could be for someone who gets caught off guard. Due to the “beefed” up ends, you will need a little extra clearance from your connections. No problem for me as a I used an angle connector on the back of…