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Old 08-02-2005, 09:37 AM   #1
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Is there a way to have a power cord come out of the king pin? I put my Honda EU3000 in the bed of the truck up in the corner and it would be nice if we pull over at a rest stop or where ever to pull the extension cord out of the king pin and plug in for power instead of having to run the cord all the way up the side of the trailer or move the generator. I guess you could even leave it running while your going if you wanted. Or on a really hot day have the AC running so it's cool when you get to your destination. Any thoughts on that?
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Is there a way to have a power cord come out of the king pin? I put my Honda EU3000 in the bed of the truck up in the corner and it would be nice if we pull over at a rest stop or where ever to pull the extension cord out of the king pin and plug in for power instead of having to run the cord all the way up the side of the trailer or move the generator. I guess you could even leave it running while your going if you wanted. Or on a really hot day have the AC running so it's cool when you get to your destination. Any thoughts on that?
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