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Firstgear 6in SAE Connection to DC Coax Jack Adapter


  • Cable with 6 inches of 16 AWG wire and SAE connector
  • For connecting heated clothing with a coax plug to a SAE Heat-Troller

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Firstgear 6in SAE Connection to DC Coax Jack Adapter 173767 951-2834 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours


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Firstgear 6in SAE Connection to DC Coax Jack Adapter 4.7 5 7 7
Great connector I will probably have to buy another one, as a back-up, mainly because it fell off my jacket connector once already. But, I still recommend this product. July 27, 2015
Disappointing I bought it hoping, but not certain I could use it to power heated gear via an already attached Battery Tender feed. Of course nothing on the site tells you whether you can or can't use it for this. And then when the product came in the mail, it explicitly states to not use it with Battery Tender feeds. So basically it was a waste of money, but it was an experiment after all. Too bad Revzilla didn't make sure that statement was in the product description on their site. January 26, 2015
Great Product Bought this to convert my battery pigtail for my 2014 street bob. It does the job perfect. Great product. November 17, 2014
Perfect for quick use of SAE Charger connector for auxiliary device I used this connector to quickly convert my SAE Charger to an auxiliary port for a heated device (Jacket liner, or other). It allows me to still retain the trickle charge when needed, but have that double as input for some other powered device without going to the battery for installation of another power outlet. October 13, 2014
It just works. This connector allowed me to use the current SAE battery connectors on my bikes for the DC Coax plug on my electric vest. It works fine - - not much more to say. February 3, 2014
Convenient The bike already have the SAE connection for the battery tender... so, instead of adding an additional connection to the battery, just get this converter to DC, and you can use your heated gloves using the same battery tender SAE connection. Definitely recommended! April 2, 2012
Really unable to give just review considering product. Product has proved itself invaluable. Fills the niche it was designed for. March 12, 2012
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Firstgear 6in SAE Connection to DC Coax Jack Adapter
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Mario p: lost my other one Oct 11, 2015
J A: Purchased this because I already posses an SAE to Coax cable battery tender with a fuse and needed a female end to attached my heated gear. Oct 9, 2015
steven w: I needed it for the electric gear May 23, 2015
Russell P: Easy way to connect your heated gear. Why hook one more cable up to your battery when you can use your existing battery charging cable. Nice! Feb 27, 2015
Michael F: To minimize the amount of direct battery connections. Jan 22, 2015
BRAD P: The price was right, and to keep warm Dec 20, 2014
Dennis S: I already have a quick connect harness installed on my bike. It would be the easiest and fastest method. Dec 7, 2014
Tim G: Bought some older gear Oct 28, 2014
gary j: wanted to use my trickle charge port for another auxiliary power source for a heated unit Oct 13, 2014
Chuck J: Needed it for a connection to the battery tender plug. Oct 7, 2014
james g: accessory option Jun 21, 2014
John W: Match with older ASE plugged controller. May 25, 2014
rick f: saves having another pig tail connected to your battery Dec 14, 2013
Donald B: it is recommended for my trickle charger Sep 24, 2013
A shopper asked: Hey would this work with the Mobile Warming plugs as well? In particular the Mobile Longmen Heated Shirt.

Nov 13, 2011
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K12RSGuy: It was hard to tell what end was on the Longmen shirt but most stuff uses the coax connectors now. Much easier to plug into and pull off. If your wiring from the bike is old it may have the SAE connector. I have used this adapter with my electric gloves and older electric jacket but have upgraded. Likely not needed. Nov 15, 2011
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