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Mighty Cord RV Power Cord - 50 Amp - 36'

Mighty Cord RV Power Cord - 50 Amp - 36'

Item # A10-5036EDBK
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Connect your RV's 50-amp, twist-lock inlet to the 50-amp plug on the pedestal at the campground. 36' Long cord gives you flexibility when running power. Twist-lock female plug with threaded locking ring creates a weatherproof connection. Great Prices for the best rv power cord from Mighty Cord. Mighty Cord RV Power Cord - 50 Amp - 36' part number A10-5036EDBK can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Mighty Cord RV Power Cord - A10-5036EDBK

  • 50 Amp to 50 Amp
  • Power Cord
  • 36 Feet Long
  • 50 Amp Twist Lock Female Plug
  • 50 Amp Male Plug
  • RV Inlet to Power Hookup
  • Mighty Cord

Connect your RV's 50-amp, twist-lock inlet to the 50-amp plug on the pedestal at the campground. 36' Long cord gives you flexibility when running power. Twist-lock female plug with threaded locking ring creates a weatherproof connection.


Features:

  • Power cord connects your RV's 50-amp, twist-lock power inlet to the campground's 50-amp pedestal
  • 3-Prong female end connects to the 50-amp power plug on your RV
    • Twist-lock plug creates a weatherproof connection at your RV
  • 4-Prong male plug connects to the pedestal at the campground
    • 90-Degree connector fits easily into tight spaces
  • Heavy-duty construction resists corrosion and withstands the elements


Specs:

  • Length: 36'
  • Wire gauge: 6 gauge (3 wire) and 8 gauge (1 wire)
  • Amperage: 50 amps
  • Voltage: 125V
  • 1-Year warranty


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Using the chart above, you can determine which type of plug is needed for your application.



A10-5036EDBK Mighty Cord Detachable Power Cord for RVs - 50 Amps - 125V - 36' Long




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Mighty Cord RV Power Cord - 50 Amp - 36' - A10-5036EDBK

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (74 Customer Reviews)

Connect your RV's 50-amp, twist-lock inlet to the 50-amp plug on the pedestal at the campground. 36' Long cord gives you flexibility when running power. Twist-lock female plug with threaded locking ring creates a weatherproof connection.

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Product was as described. Very fast shipping. Etrailer is awesome.

Rudy B.

10/8/2023

Its been a year, product is working great. Would buy again.

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Mike L.

10/25/2023

@RudyB We're glad to hear your # A10-5036EDBK power cord is still working well for you!


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First, let me say how thrilled I was about the FAST shipment. Then let me tell you how pleased I am with the quality of this cord. I'm using it to connect my generator to the inlet connector of my house transfer switch. I keep the generator and 20 gallon propane tank in a dedicated shed 20' from the house, so I wanted this extra long cord to go the distance without any added tension. The pic has the black cord in the shadows, so hard to see, but the female connector stands out!

Don N.

3/12/2021

Great! Ive had to fire up the generator several times over the year, using your power supply cord, and everything has worked great!



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Great product just as described and on time delivery
Thank You



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The cord is flexible and seems of good solid quality. It was a dead fit replacement for my 9 year old cord. Thank you for the quick response and followup



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Received it really quick. Using it this weekend on our camper. Works perfectly and is everything it was suppose to. No problems and a great price.



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Received my order the day it was supposed to be delivered. Everything in perfect condition. I've dealt with Etrailer before and in the future I will deal with them again. You don't have to worry about getting scammed. They are a great company! Thanks Etrailer for taking care of me again.



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Quality products, great communication



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Well I just got it just plugged it in we'll see what happens it's just the right length thank you very much



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Fast shipping. Works perfectly.



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Exactly as advertised. Great product, price and performance!

Mark

12/3/2022

Have used product extensively since purchase. Could not be happier. Performs same as new.



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I bought this product after reading a review in the May 2019 edition of Motorhome magazine. I was looking for a 50 amp power cord that would not get stiff in cold weather and would be easy to roll up and store when not in use. The power cord that came with my 2016 Thor Windsport 35c is almost impossible to roll up for storage in temps below 50 degrees Fahrenheit. Unfortunately I'll have to wait several more months to see how flexible it is in colder weather but compared to my current power cord, the Mighty Cord coils into a much tighter coil, making it easier to store, giving me a little more space in the compartment in which it is stored.



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It worked perfectly and fit into my power box. Your communication and shipping speed were great!



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Easy ordering and fast delivery.



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Works great for shore power to my tool trailer. I love being able to have 240 anywhere I can plug in.



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I WAS DISAPPOINTED THAT THE RUBBER SLEEVE HAD SHRUNK approximately 2" AND EXPOSED THE COLORED CABLES JUST BEHIND THE PLUG END. I taped it to prevent any chafing before it could occur.



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Haven't used the power cord yet since it just arrived. Looks as though it is a direct replacement for the old one except that it is more flexible and should be easier to roll up and carry around. I do wish that the male end had a handle of some sort so that these old hands could grip it better when unplugging it from the post



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This power cord seems way more flexible than the original one that came with our trailer. I found out the original one was ony good for 35 miles after forgetting to unplug it early one morning. Lol.



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Nice heavy cord as expected. Perfect replacement. Always enjoy doing business with etrailer.com!



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Works well.



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Exactly what I was looking for tonise for my trailer. Good length, great construction.



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We've used the Power Cord several times and it wworks well-no complaints.



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Very pleased with quality of 50 amp cord. Think I’m going to start using etrailer for all my rv and trailer needs.



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I have ordered from this store twice now and will continue as needed. The follow up by their staff is unheard of these days. I will definitely recommend etrailer to my RV friends.



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Fast Shipping. Good quality power cord.


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