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Old 09-14-2016, 04:50 PM   #1
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Rene Ruest

I would like to know how to install a short cord from my small generator in my truck to my Trilogy 3850RL 2014 .
This is only for over night while traveling accros the country.
I hate having to disconnect go around and hookup the generator and re-connect the whole thing in morning.
If any one can help would appreciate.
Thank you verry much.

Rene Ruest
Trilogy 3850 RL 2014
Ford F 450 Platinum 2013.

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Old 09-14-2016, 05:27 PM   #2
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If you just need to run a cord from where your Gen is to your RV electrical hookup, you should just need a 12 or 14 gauge extension cord long enough to bridge the gap. Plug it into the Generator then using a 15Amp to 30Amp adapter, plug the other end into your RV's electrical cord. This is the cord you usually plug into the 30A outlet when hooked to shore power. I say 30A but if you have a 50A then get the adapter for 15A to 50A instead. Start the generator and you have 15 amp power to the coach. It may not run your AC though.

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Old 09-14-2016, 08:36 PM   #3
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My generator does have enough power to run one a/c either 15000 or the 13500 + fridge tv and water heater .
Right now i do have a 50 to 30 amps adaptor for the gene .
My outlet 50 amps shore connection is at the rear end as you know reason why i need to disconect every time i want use the gene.
What i like to do is to have a permanent short cut near in the batt locker or near the invertor then i can run my new cord towards the gene .
After used disconect short cord from gene and store back in front locker.
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