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Fulton 7-Way to 4-Way Retractable Trailer Wiring Adapter

Item # 81080
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Key Features

  • Retract an adjustable length of wire up to 42"

  • Connects 7-way blade to 4-way flat

  • Protects wires when not in use


Our Price   $39.99

Availability: In Stock

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Product Description
fulton This trailer plug wiring adapter converts a 7-way round blade connector to a 4-way flat connector and retracts the wires. Length adjusts up to 42" so that no wires touch the ground. Retractable 4-way flat end connects with standard 4-way trailer end plugs. Protects and stores wires when not in use.

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Fulton 7-Way to 4-Way Retractable Trailer Wiring Adapter
 
5.0

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5.0

About time

By Bill the Boater

from Pittsburgh, PA

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Compact
  • Eliminates Dragging Wires
  • Universal Fit

Cons

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      Comments about Fulton 7-Way to 4-Way Retractable Trailer Wiring Adapter:

      the 42' retractable wiring harness eliminates the cable being too long and tangling with the chain or being too short and having to splice wires....

      About time someone came up with this idea....

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