Ray and Susan Huff Posted June 24, 2020 Share Posted June 24, 2020 (edited) The optional 30-amp convenience connection on the front of the trailer is the only option I'm undecided on. I can see where it might come in handy, but is it handy enough to spend $500 more? We do plan to carry a generator since we do a lot of camping with no power hookups. Is it really that much more convenient to hook the generator up to this plug than to use the standard street side plug? I understand sometimes you might be in a position where the power pedestal is on the wrong side of the trailer. In a back in site, this would be problematic; pull-through not so much. That being said, I don't believe we have ever been in this situation; or perhaps once, and we were able to run the power cord under the RV. Those of you who chose this option: do you find it necessary? Those who passed on this: do you wish you had it? Also, is it true this option comes with a shorter power cord? If so, how long is it? I did a brief online search and the shortest locking power cord I find is 10". Edited June 24, 2020 by Susan Huff Ray and Susan Huff Elite II Twin "Pearl" - Hull#699; delivered December 7, 2020 2013 F350 6.7l diesel Super Duty 4x4 long bed crew cab 1UP-USA Heavy-duty bike rack 2017 Leisure Travel Van Unity Twin Bed (sold) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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