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Blue Ox 7-Wire to 6-Wire, Coiled Electrical Cord

Blue Ox 7-Wire to 6-Wire, Coiled Electrical Cord

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Quickly and easily connect your towed vehicle to your RV with this durable, insulated electrical cable. Includes car-side 6-way, round plug. Call 800-298-8924 to order Blue Ox accessories and parts part number BX88206 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Blue Ox products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Blue Ox 7-Wire to 6-Wire, Coiled Electrical Cord. Accessories and Parts reviews from real customers.
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Blue Ox Accessories and Parts - BX88206

  • Tow Bar Wiring
  • Extension
  • Blue Ox
  • 7 Blade to 6 Round
  • Coiled Cord

Quickly and easily connect your towed vehicle to your RV with this durable, insulated electrical cable. Includes car-side 6-way, round plug.


Features:

  • 6-Wire extension cord can be used for multiple towing applications
    • Perfect for running power from your RV to your towed vehicle
  • Included 6-way, round, female plug mounts to towed vehicle for quick, easy hookup
  • Coiled cable can expand to 7', yet still contracts to prevent dragging and tangling
  • Silicone-encased wire connections prevent corrosion
  • Wire: 16 gauge (Ground wire - 14 gauge)
  • Made in the USA
  • 1-Year warranty


Blue Ox 7-Wire to 6-Wire diagram


BX88206 Blue Ox Coiled Electrical Cable - 7 Wire to 6 Wire





Video of Blue Ox 7-Wire to 6-Wire, Coiled Electrical Cord

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for Blue Ox Coiled Electrical Cord Review

Speaker 1: Today we're going to be taking a look at the Blue Ox seven-wire to six-wire coiled electrical cord designed for use when towing vehicles behind your motor home. Part number is BX88206. Now this flexible coil kit's going to be the perfect solution for this kind of situation. We've got our vehicle behind our coach and we need to get signals and power through to our car. Now when comparing this to other flexi coils, I like that the coils that we have here are smaller in diameter than what you're typically going to see. They're not so large and they don't take up as much room.

You can see they lay down pretty nicely.Now this is a nice tight coiled cable. You don't have a lot of stretch to it if you don't want it. It is capable of stretching up to seven feet, so even with the longest combinations this is probably going to be a really good option for you.Now the importance of the coiled design is from the expansion and contraction that it's going to offer. As we make turns right and left, this cord is going to be pulled out slightly and pulled in slightly. With that coiled design we're not ever going to have to worry about it dragging on the road behind us causing damage.The quality of materials seems to be right in line with what we see with most of our other connectors.

The seven-pole at the RV side, the six-pole at our car side, they're right in line. Same quality, same construction. You can see our six-pole end here. It's act kind of like a seven-pole. It's got the keeper tab on it right there.

It's designed to fit in right behind that so you're not going to have to worry about that coming unplugged until you intend it to. Lift up on our cover, just wiggle it to separate there. You see our cover, it's got the nice stainless steel spring on, holds that door down in place really well. It's going to help to prevent the moisture, debris from getting inside there and causing corrosion. Really easy to connect.One thing we would recommend, just like on really any connector you have, little bit of dielectric grease on your plug and socket can go a long way for you in helping to additionally protect from corrosion.

If you don't have that at home, we sell it as part number 11755. Here the same thing with our seven-pole. You can see really nice, well constructed, and the tab designed to hold it in place.Now the reason you would want to use a six-pole on the front of your towed vehicle as opposed to maybe a four-pole would be the two additional inputs that we're going to have. Now these additional ports are going to allow for some wiring that's sometimes pretty important in flat tow setups. Often with braking systems you have a monitor light. Instead of running an additional wire, you can simply run it right through your six-pole, coming out of your seven-pole off the back of your RV. Another thing is the charge line kit. A lot of vehicles have the tendency for their batteries to drain as they're being flat towed. By using an additional wire through there from your 12-volt power outlet on the seven-pole, you can run that right into your battery and keep a trickle charge running to that so you don't have to worry about that rundown situation.Now there is one situation where I don't think a coiled wiring cable is the way to go. That's going to be if your tow bar has channels that are designed in it to accommodate your wiring and your safety cables. In that situation I would go with a straight cable so you can run it through that channel and it'll be kept contained that way rather than using the coiling effect. That's going to complete our look at the Blue Ox seven-wire to six-wire coiled electrical cord, part number BX88206.


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Blue Ox 7-Wire to 6-Wire, Coiled Electrical Cord - BX88206

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (132 Customer Reviews)

Quickly and easily connect your towed vehicle to your RV with this durable, insulated electrical cable. Includes car-side 6-way, round plug.

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Two words; Build Quality! After receiving my order yesterday afternoon I realize my why original Blue Ox electrical coil cable fell to pieces! Today I will do install and anticipate it to work but, have concerns about longevity. I have fifty years manufacturing (skill-trade) experience and it brakes my heart to pay hard earned money CHINA products! 703456


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For a wiring extension that is made in the USA, you can use either the Roadmaster 7-Wire to 6-Wire Flexo-Coil Kit # RM-146-7
Roadmaster 7-Wire to 6-Wire Flexo-Coil Kit
$71.52
or the Demco 7-Wire to 6-Wire Coiled Electrical Cord # DM9523054
Demco 7-Wire to 6-Wire Coiled Electrical Cord w/ 6-Way Round Plug - 7' Long
$126.80
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-- Victoria B - 09/23/2019

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The product was as advertised. I haven't had it installed. I am pleased with the items and the speed at which they arrived. 697384



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The cable assembly is good. Only problem I encountered was the male 6 pin end would not fit into my existing Blue Ox female 6 pin connector. I had to replace the new connector with my old one. 702881



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Cord to the Motorhome, good tight fit. Read the female plug with an ohm meter to determined running lights etc... All's good except the plastic socket fasting to the base plate. Cracked the mounting ears.. I didn't think I "over torque".. I thought I fastened "snug tight". Regardless, off to the auto part store for another one. :( 102437



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Worked great with our configuration 866790



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Great quality. Works as described. Etrailer always there to help 865735



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Well, I made a mistake and plugged the charge wire into the wrong pin hole and when the system was activated it fried the charge wire from the battery to the plug. The 7 to 6 cord also got slightly hot. I checked for Continuity’ and it was good but I did not trust the thing so I bought another one. So far it has worked perfect. With a little care it should last for years. Nice product.... 861150



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Nice molded ends to keep moisture and dirt out of electrical connections 860590



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Very fast delivery and good price! 853906



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Product was exactly what I needed. I paid for two FSU delivery and it arrived overnight. Impressive! 853269



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I am new to the world of towing a vehicle behind an RV and found a lot of articles/videos on the interweb, not having a clue what to expect except what I've read and watched on the web I reached out to etrailer.com and Courtney B answered all my questions, removed all my doubts of what i was doing and provided everything we needed in the timeframe we needed it at a reasonable price! I can't thank her or etrailer enough!!! I will buy here again and trust in they're how to videos without question. Thank you 852299



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I bought this over a year ago because my older one dragged on the pavement and almost became unusable. The new cable works/fits perfectly. I strap it to the tow bar now so it doesn’t drag. All is great one year later. 845962



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Good quality product shipped immediately. What more can you ask for? 845152



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Excellent product, ordering was easy and delivery was faster than I expected. 830993



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Went well except for instructions installing baseplate for my 2017 Silverado. After grille removal was not close to the instructions. I [looked for installation videos for] 2018 model and instructions for grill and bumper removal was right. Nice project and saved a lot on install. etrailer is great at putting together the equipment you need. Love website to research products. Have not pulled truck any where yet. [(Covid)] 830645



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Genuine Blue Ox part. Purchased to replace one stolen from our motor home. Never had an issue. 801298



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Worked great .. great service 798524



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Cheapest that I've found for the Blue Ox line of products. Everything in stock and great shipping. Will be installing my light kit this week. Have installed these before and they work well. 795092



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Works great! wish it came in Red, i however just painted it with plastic paint 777928



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Great product, fast shipping and outstanding customer support! 771365



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this is an excellent quality cord which was received quickly... 765664



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etrailer has always done me good. Their prices are very reasonable and the products are just what they say they are. Shipping is timely and free on if you spend enough. Good place to shop. 751434



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I would like to let all of my RV friends know that my product where in excellent condition and the service was great thank so much. 749889



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Quick delivery 749716



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Orders from etrailer are shipped immedi ately. 746835


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