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AiM 719 to 719 (Auto) Patch Cable, specify length

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These patch cables have 4-pin 719 (push-on type) connectors to extend the reach of any sensor with a 719 connector. Available in 1 thru 4 Meter lengths.

The MyChron3 XG-Log Auto dash uses a different 719-712 Patch Cable (Part No. MC-210) to connect sensors with the 719 (4 pin plastic push-on type) connector to the 712 (4-pin steel screw-in type) connector.

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MC-211-.5M

MyChron 719-719 Automotive Patch Cable, 0.5M (1.6 ft)

$28.99In Stock

MC-211-1.5M

MyChron 719-719 Automotive Patch Cable, 1.5M (4.9 ft)

$28.99In Stock

MC-211-1M

MyChron 719-719 Automotive Patch Cable, 1M (3.28 ft)

$28.99In Stock

MC-211-2M

MyChron 719-719 Automotive Patch Cable, 2M (6.56 ft)

$33.99In Stock

MC-211-3M

MyChron 719-719 Automotive Patch Cable, 3M (9.84 ft)

$36.99In Stock

MC-211-4M

MyChron 719-719 Automotive Patch Cable, 4M (13.12 ft)

$38.99In Stock
 

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Good quality, burrs noted on connectors

By RSTI5280

from Denver, CO

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Comments about AiM 719 to 719 (Auto) Patch Cable, specify length:

I purchased three of these cables of varying lengths to connect my AIM sensors to my MXL2. I noticed on two of the three cables that the connectors had slight casting imprefections that resulted in burrs that needed removal in order to fit correctly in the sensor connector. 10 seconds with a razor blade fixed this.

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