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I have been looking for a short (18" or so)50 amp shore line with the 50 amp connection that hooks to the trailer on one end and a 120 volt male connection on the other end. I would use it to connect an extension cord to the camper when I only want to run the refrigerator while preparing to leave home. This would be much easier than having to haul out a 20 foot 50 amp cord, attaching an adapter then plugging into the extension cord. Does anyone know where I might find such a cord?


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Here you go: http://www.amazon.com/ParkPower-150SPPRV-Power-Cord-Adapter/dp/B000PGXP5G/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1330291184&sr=8-1


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This all you need.
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Gheesh. For the 79 bucks, I'd be hauling the cord and adapters around.
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I have a 50 amp to 30 amp adapter for those times when only 30 amp is available, then a 30 amp to 15 amp so I can plug in at home - Got mine at Camping world, but I've seen these at Walmart too...


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Here is another option: 50 to 15 amp

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I am in same boat odsmith. I was at Lowes today trying to figure out a way to do same thing (not spending $80 at CW if I could). I am not an electrician and know just enough to get myself in trouble. Anyway, they had a 30 amp 3 hole female connector for $30 that could attach to coach and I have an old 30 amp rated cord that I would attach to the connector. So this really isn't advice, just an idea that I am considering.

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Cord 1

Cord 2

Get these and you're set.... You're gonna need the 50 to 30 as there are many camps with 30 amp power.

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