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Posted: 05/22/19 11:39am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

It's not weird. It's usually use in a park with one pedestal for two 50 amp RV sites. There is no RV with two 50 amp shore power cords. At least not that I have herd of on the 4 RV websites I hang out on. You can not use a dog bone to combine 2 50 amp 240 services into one. I ain't gonna happen.


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Either way the OP just needs a standard 50/30 RV adapter.
Usually a 50a site will also have a 30 amp connector. (not always)


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time2roll wrote:

Either way the OP just needs a standard 50/30 RV adapter.
Yeah.. who started all this anyway??

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2oldman wrote:

time2roll wrote:

Either way the OP just needs a standard 50/30 RV adapter.
Yeah.. who started all this anyway??


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Dutch_12078 wrote:

Here's the reservation system listing for the site we were on at Crooked River State Park near St Mary's, GA last month. The stanchion was a typical 20,30,50 amp park setup.

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20+30+50=100

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20+30+50=100

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