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Right Angle Male-to-Female UHF Connector


  • The connector you need for routing a coax cable at a 90-degree angle
  • Perfect for tight in-dash installations
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Ideal for routing a coax cable at a 90-degree angle, this right angle coax connector is perfect for tight in-dash installations.

Model / SKU:Right Angle Male-to-Female UHF Connector
Product Details:This right angle connector has a PL-259 connection on one end and a SO-238 connection on the other.
Compatible with:
All coax cable with a PL-259 end.


Customer Reviews

Based on 15 reviews
Ron Belill
CB Radio is Dead

If you manage to get your chinese made accessories setup and working correctly, you won't be able to use your radio unless you have Kilowatts of power like the Mud Duck indiot in NM. The NM idiot pushes so much power on CH19 from NM he bleeds / splatters over onto the upper and lower side bands from coast to coast in North America.

Robert R.
Great business:star2::star2::star2::star2::star2:

Perfect. They work great.
You guys are great
Fast shipping
Thank you

Jeremy S.
Have it hooked into the

Have it hooked into the back of my cb radio to keep it a little neater with wires. Works great.

Patrick W.
Didnt work for my setup

I dont know if my cable run is to far, but I tried using this coming out of the back of the radio...I get incoming CB, but nothing else. Once I removed it, I was able to get incoming weather as well. Short distance CB seemed to work, have not tried it out on the trail since I removed this from my setup.

Kurt J.
May Lack Long-Term Dependability

I have a Uniden 510 installed in the ashtray slot of my Mazda B2600i truck. It fits perfectly but the space at the back of the radio is very tight, so I used this right angle connector to relieve some stress on the coax. The connector works fine, however, when I take the coax off (to connect a SWR meter, so not often), the plastic insulator and the inner contact on the male side pulls out of the connector and remains on the coax. Having to resemble the connector each time is kinda a pain, and makes me wonder about the long-term reliability of the internal connection - it just relies on two pieces of metal touching each other. Unfortunately it seems that this is how most (all?) of the inexpensive modern connectors are made, so I am not going to knock too many stars, just something you should be aware of.

Now, lest I have set too negative a tone, I have never had a better shopping experience than at Right Channel Radios. Prices are competitive, shipping speed puts amazon to shame, and technical support is responsive and top notch. I can not recommend RCR enough.