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Old 12-10-2009, 05:11 PM   #1
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Power Cord Reel

Has anyone installed an aftermarket power cord reel. I have been looking for one without the cord. I don't want to pay for that again. Joe
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I've seen several at RV supply stores, but they are super expensive -- $250 or more. Can't believe that Newmar doesn't include at least a manual reel as standard equipment like Monaco does.
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Joe, if you will google TDI Products you will find they make two 50 amp reels that are sold without the power cord. Manual version is 128.70 and motorized is 175.50 at rvupgrades.com. Hand crank on manual version can be installed on either end.
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Thanks for the reply. I will give one of the sites I googled a try. They look like they are pretty straight forward. Joe
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