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Old 07-02-2012, 07:59 PM   #11
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U know what I tried plugging it in and it wouldn't go..I had a boat trailer that plugged into it a few years ago but I had a adapter that I borrowed....it wasn't my boat
Suggest taking a picture of both and posting them.
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Old 07-02-2012, 08:03 PM   #12
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Ok thanx bro
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Old 07-02-2012, 08:08 PM   #13
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Do u know what size generator I need for 19foot wildwood??
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Old 07-02-2012, 09:05 PM   #14
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Do u know what size generator I need for 19foot wildwood??
About a 26"er.


Depends on what you want to run? Some get by with a 2400 but suggest dual 2000 Hondas with a companion kit.
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Do u know what size generator I need for 19foot wildwood??
will you use it in a campground or boondocking? makes a big difference. a cheap open-framed gennie will be fine for boondocking but not for campgrounds and neighbors.
you have to choose if you want quiet or cheap, can't have both.

to run everything except the a/c, a 2000w inverter generator will be fine.
if you want to run the a/c and have a 13.5 btu a/c, a Yamaha 2400 would be the minimum and it would have to be a newer a/c.
otherwise, a 3000w one should do all unless it's a 15k a/c.
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Right on thanx!!!
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Old 07-09-2012, 07:07 PM   #17
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U know what I tried plugging it in and it wouldn't go..I had a boat trailer that plugged into it a few years ago but I had a adapter that I borrowed....it wasn't my boat
You sure you are not trying to plug a 7 pin into a 6 hole are vice x versa.

If both of them are 7pin connectors it should work let us know what you find>
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What was the resolution to the original question from Matt?

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A 7-pin is different than a 7-blade connector. You may need one of these adapters if that is the case:
7-Way Blade to 7-Pin Adapter for Towing a Trailer with A 7-Pin Connector | etrailer.com

make sure the male/female ends are correct if you think you need one of these.
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