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Marinco Pigtail Adapters

Marinco Pigtail Adapters

Description

The Marinco Pigtail Adapters are equipped with covers and sealing collars and are for use in wet locations.

Features

  • Female Connector: Attaches To Boat Inlet Or Cordset
  • Male Plug: Attaches To Dockside Receptacle Or Cordset
List Price
$165.99
Your Price
$129.83
In Stock

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Details



Boat Side: Female Connector

  • 30A 125V
  • Locking w/Sealing Collar System
  • Attaches to boat inlet or cordset



Dock Side: Male Plug

  • 50A 125V
  • Locking
  • Attaches to dockside receptacle or cordset
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