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Old 08-13-2016, 10:48 AM   #1
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Do the make an adapter to plug two of the furrion plugs together to make the cord longer? I have two furrion factory cords. Thanks


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Old 08-13-2016, 03:31 PM   #2
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I'm a little confused.......
Are you talking of the 30 amps electrical cords !
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Old 08-13-2016, 03:38 PM   #3
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I'm a little confused.......
Are you talking of the 30 amps electrical cords !

Yes the factory 30 amp cords I got two of them I'm wondering if there is an adapter to convert the end that plugs int the unit to be able to plug into another cord


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I've never heard of a 30 amp female to female adapter. You might have to get two female end connectors and wire them together. Could be a bit expensive; the end connectors seem to run about $30 each.
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Maybe it's easier just to hack one of them ends and put a new connector on it? I got the cords for free


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Maybe it's easier just to hack one of them ends and put a new connector on it? I got the cords for free


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What you have is a male 30 amp RV plug on one end and a 125 volt 30 amp twistlock female on the other end. So what you need is a 125 volt 30 amp twistlock male plug to a female 30 amp RV plug, in order to connect the two cords together.

Something like this... Voltec Generator Adapter 4 Prong 30 amp
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Exactly! Thank you


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