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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-17-2014, 02:12 PM Thread Starter
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Adapter for radio antenna

I was installing my travel pack on my '01 FLTRSEI2 and noticed that I am missing my antenna adapter......it's the piece that screws onto the antenna bracket on the bike (when you move the antenna to the travel pack) that allows you to connect the antenna wire from the travel pack to the antenna bracket on the bike.....pic attached.

Does anyone know what it is actually called and where to find one?
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-17-2014, 02:21 PM Thread Starter
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This tells you how often I run with the tour pack on the bike

When I removed the tour pack last season, the bracket was already in place and I merely removed the antenna from the tour pack and screwed the it onto the top (threaded) post.....but there must have been an adapter screwed on there to begin with that allowed me to plug the travel pack coax on top of the bracket.......I don't remember removing it but must have had one.....can't see how else this could have worked.

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I found it .... part number 76219-00 screws on top of the fender antenna mast and then you plug your tour pak coax into it. You might have left it on the fender bracket, and it vibrated off.



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Talk about timing, I was just about to ask about the same part! My problem is a little different but the part is the same. After coming back from a 1700 mile road trip, I was taking the tour pack off and the connection from the coax cable to the adapter was frozen. I had used the now infamous dielectric grease on both antennas when I relocated them from the frame mount to the tour pack. I had to use pliers to disconnect the tour pack coax from the frame mounts and now both the radio cable and the cb cable nut are warped and the adapter threads are worn. Anybody know if there is an aftermarket supplier that makes these in stainless or some other stronger material? I also need now need two coax cables to run to the tour pack since the nuts are not replaceable that are on the cables.

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Joe, look in your tour pack under the liner if you have one. That's where I like to store mine.

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Talk about timing, I was just about to ask about the same part! My problem is a little different but the part is the same. After coming back from a 1700 mile road trip, I was taking the tour pack off and the connection from the coax cable to the adapter was frozen. I had used the now infamous dielectric grease on both antennas when I relocated them from the frame mount to the tour pack. I had to use pliers to disconnect the tour pack coax from the frame mounts and now both the radio cable and the cb cable nut are warped and the adapter threads are worn. Anybody know if there is an aftermarket supplier that makes these in stainless or some other stronger material? I also need now need two coax cables to run to the tour pack since the nuts are not replaceable that are on the cables.
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