Yes, like that, but with 24-49 extra feet of cord between the ends.You mean like this:
Personally, I would use the "dogbone" adapter:
Just add one of these to the “dogbone adapter mentioned in the previous post.Yes, like that, but with 24-49 extra feet of cord between the ends.
This is best choiceJust add one of these to the “dogbone adapter mentioned in the previous post.
Or, go to an electrical supply house and buy the individual connectors plus the desired amount of cable and build your own.
Bingo! Nice find! Thank you so much! You’re a magician!How about this?
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Interesting. That’s what I’m plugging into as well. I just wanted to get the genny a bit further away from the trailer, as there sometimes isn’t a tree, to chain the Honda to, within reach of my cord.Had to buy the little plug in adapter yesterday myself as to my surprise when I went to plug in the Honda 3000i and the darn thing was not three prong but that crazy four setup!