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Old 04-04-2014, 12:11 AM   #11
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I do not have one but is this what you are looking for? I did a google search and this one came up along with one with a longer power cord.

Amazon.com: Conntek 14422 RV Pigtail Adapter 15 Amp Male Plug With Screw To 50 Amp 125/250 Volt Locking Female Connector: Patio, Lawn & Garden
I have this one and have used it at NASCAR with my portable 2000w Honda instead of my 5.5 onan. Works great to run the tv, charge cell phones, run the lights, radio, etc.
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Old 04-04-2014, 08:18 PM   #12
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I have this one and have used it at NASCAR with my portable 2000w Honda instead of my 5.5 onan. Works great to run the tv, charge cell phones, run the lights, radio, etc.

I use the same one with a good 12g extension cord, just for lights and charging. It beats using the heavy 50A cord when it is not needed.
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I use the same one when I have the trailer in storage to keep the batteries charged and to precool the fridge before a trip. That service cord has enough copper for a thief to think they need to haul it off. My beat up looking extension cord (12ga) keep them walking. I also use it when we pull the trailer to the house for loading, etc... The lightweight extension cord sure is nice to move around compared to the 50amp service cable. I am still amazed at how much the price was. That 50 amp twist lock connector is spendy!
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