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Old 08-31-2015, 08:16 PM   #11
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Btw spend the extra money to get a 50 amp progressive ems for your 30 amp trailer that way when you upgrade to a new camper with 50amp service you can take it with you.

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Old 08-31-2015, 09:24 PM   #12
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Btw spend the extra money to get a 50 amp progressive ems for your 30 amp trailer that way when you upgrade to a new camper with 50amp service you can take it with you.

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Its is a 50amp trailer, pedesatal is 30amp, but thanks
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Old 08-31-2015, 09:50 PM   #13
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I would agree with Turbs and buy the PT-50C and then use the dog bone to go down to 30 amps. Is this a permanent site with no chance of ever going somewhere that has 50 amp outlets?
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I would agree with Turbs and buy the PT-50C and then use the dog bone to go down to 30 amps. Is this a permanent site with no chance of ever going somewhere that has 50 amp outlets?
Yes we are at a permanent site an the chances of us ever getting/wanting a 50A are slim to nill but then again, famous last words
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Plug your extra "stuff" into the "regular" (ie, 15 amp) outlet on the pedestal, in addition to having your TT plugged into the 30 amp outlet. You have more juice available, plus you're not running it through the camper's system.

Don't reinvent the wheel.
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Old 09-01-2015, 04:55 PM   #16
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Found this today, not sure where I got it.
50 amp plug with 2 30 amp receptacles.
Opposite of what your wanting to do.
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Plug your extra "stuff" into the "regular" (ie, 15 amp) outlet on the pedestal, in addition to having your TT plugged into the 30 amp outlet. You have more juice available, plus you're not running it through the camper's system.

Don't reinvent the wheel.
Pedestal is one 30amp only
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