Glen Zook gzook at YAHOO.COM
Thu May 7 19:37:27 EDT 2009

You can make a replacement pin jack board by using 2 thin sheets of whatever material you want.  Remove the correct sized pins from an old tube socket and then drill holes in the first board so that they just fit.  Then drill smaller holes in the cover piece.

Of course you need to cut the boards to the correct size and also drill holes to mount the finished assembly.

Glen, K9STH

Website:  http://k9sth.com

--- On Thu, 5/7/09, Mike Holkenbrink <taichiwe at ATT.NET> wrote:

I agree with your comments.  We will attempt to make a jack strip or another solution. But, the long term desire is to obtain an original pin jack strip from an old radio and install it on this radio. Someone modified this radio with the installation of an octal socket.  We will plug this hole and develop both a long term and short term solution.  Please excuse me if you see me reposting for the pin jack strip from time to time. Eventually, I hope to find an original.


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