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Old 07-05-2018, 08:46 AM   #1
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Progressive vs Camco

I just purchased the PI EMS PT30-X surge protector. Looking at my existing 30 Amp cable I noticed that the male plug was a bit weathered. I decided to replace that also. I purchased the Progressive Industries TT-30P Replacement 30 Amp Male Plug. My question is why the huge price difference (double) between the PI plug and the Camco plug. I decided on the PI plug so that the door on the surge protector would properly close. Other than being made in the US why is there such a price difference. Does anyone hav experience with either one of there plugs?

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The PI plug is built much better than the Camco (which is not built as well as it was a few years ago)
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