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I have been looking to make my own 15-20 foot power cord. My 5th wheel uses a Marinco twist and lock. I haven't been able to find any right angle Male plugs. Plenty of the straight on plugs. Am I missing something? Any help would be appreciated, thanks.


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you arn't gonna find any. There are no right angle twist-locks.


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https://www.walmart.com/ip/Park-Power-1RPC50RV-Right-Angle-RV-Adapter-50A/50442220?wmlspartner=wlpa&selectedSellerId=0&&adid=22222222227038219451&wl0=&wl1=g&wl2=c&wl3=80424289129&wl4=pla-147205002272&wl5=9023771&wl6=&wl7=&wl8=&wl9=pla&wl10=8175035&wl11=online&wl12=50442220&veh=sem&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIk4Dgsciz6gIVRtbACh1ewQo4EAQYBiABEgLqLfD_BwE


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Link for angle adapter

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cavie wrote:

you arn't gonna find any. There are no right angle twist-locks.
I have one that connects to my regular 50 amp cord. Works great. You might want to check around some more.


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I bought mine on Amazon.

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cavie wrote:

you arn't gonna find any. There are no right angle twist-locks.


You ain't correct...[emoticon]

As in - You be wrong!..[emoticon]

Google "Marinco Park Power 1RPC50RV" - for several suppliers.

Walmart appears to be the best price, although most pretty close.

Note: The Camping World $44 item is *not* 50 amp ( = 30 amp).

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Dtank wrote:

cavie wrote:

you arn't gonna find any. There are no right angle twist-locks.


You ain't correct...[emoticon]

As in - You be wrong!..[emoticon]

Google "Marinco Park Power 1RPC50RV" - for several suppliers.

Walmart appears to be the best price, although most pretty close.

Note: The Camping World $44 item is *not* 50 amp ( = 30 amp).

.


That’s an adapter though, not a plug. OP is looking for a plug to wire into a cord.


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jkwilson wrote:

Dtank wrote:

cavie wrote:

you arn't gonna find any. There are no right angle twist-locks.


You ain't correct...[emoticon]

As in - You be wrong!..[emoticon]

Google "Marinco Park Power 1RPC50RV" - for several suppliers.

Walmart appears to be the best price, although most pretty close.

Note: The Camping World $44 item is *not* 50 amp ( = 30 amp).

.


That’s an adapter though, not a plug. OP is looking for a plug to wire into a cord.
The OP was looking for a plug, but the adapter was in answer to the statement that there were no right angle twist-locks.

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Make up a standard cord and then use the adapter.

Like the rest of us did.

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