01-07-2011, 03:12 AM
Crotchety Old Bastard
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Join Date: Apr 2005
Considering the use it'd be put to, RG-8 (or RG-213) should do just fine. Won't be the absolute most bestest thing in the world, but the differences are not going to be that noticeable (if at all) at HF
. If it's installed correctly, it won't be beat to death by the weather. Barring any nicks or cuts in the outer insulation, and if the 'ends'/connectors are sealed, there just aren't many coax cables that will not be weather resistant (weather -proof- costs more but is available). There really is such a thing as being 'practical'. If you really, really want the absolute mostest bestest 'bullet proof' coax cable around get ready for a very large bill! Unrealistic expectations will haunt you.