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Old 01-01-2012, 09:09 AM   #29
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I bought mind at Electric cords sets AC Power Cord, Cordset - Electric Cord Sets, Inc.- Cleveland, Ohio
I got a 30 foot 50 amp for about 95 dollars with shipping. Great investment use it home all the time now.
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Never needed it at an RV park, but at county fair grounds and some other spots I have needed an extension. Since I don't normally need the AC I'm happy with a heavy (12 gauge) 110V 20A extension. If I need the microwave or TV, the batteries provide enough power, and the shore power will recharge them when I'm not drawing big power.

A 30A or higher extension is hard to work with, big to carry, and most of the time I needed an extension 30A or 50A was not available, so it would not have made a difference.

I can also use the 12 gauge for other things, so it is multi use, and space is always at a premium.
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