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Old 06-15-2010, 08:21 AM   #15
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I do basicly the same thing when we go sking I install 75 watt light bulbs in the basement area to give extra protection from freezing and run the lights from the 20 amp outlet on the power pole. This has worked great many times.
Nice of your ski resort to both allow overnight parking and have a power pole with an outlet! Where we ski (Boone, NC area) there is only one ski resort that we have found that allows overnight parking, much less one with outlets on the power poles they let us use!

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Nice of your ski resort to both allow overnight parking and have a power pole with an outlet! Where we ski (Boone, NC area) there is only one ski resort that we have found that allows overnight parking, much less one with outlets on the power poles they let us use!

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We do not stay at the ski resort but at Grandfather Mountain Camp Ground. Very close to all of the sking but not on site.
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I had a Suncrusier that came with 30 amp service. As others have said, the components are capable of 50 amp service. You'll need a new power cable, cable between the transfer switch and breaker panel, and 50 amp breakers to replace the single 30 amp breaker. You also be doing some fairly extensive rewiring of the transfer switch, breaker panel input and EMS.

It's not for the faint of heart and you really need to know what you're doing when it comes to wiring. Bob Hatch's write up is a good place to start. If you're not comfortable with 220v wiring, don't attempt it.
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