Originally Posted by Clayton4971
I personally like to have an adapter that plugs into the trailers 50amp then use a 30 amp cord. Those 50amp cords are a monster to handle.once I get to my stay if they have 50 amp I will switch then.much easier when on the road
I'm with you on this.!! When we are traveling, only spending one night in a location. We always use the 30 amp cord. It takes a little power management unless I run the hot water heater on propane. I'm very conscious of our power consumption, so there has never been an issue with overload. When we are going to stay for extended period of time, we break out the monster cord(50 amp). That 50 amp cord is a beast used on a daily basis.
There is a mor/ryde device to handle the 50 amp cord but it takes up too much room in your storage compartment to suit me!!