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This works fine with my 2017 Bolt charger. I don't know what else it would work with. It probably will explode any other 110v appliances and kill you. It is used because I have tested it with a 2017 Bolt charger and it seems to work fine with that. It has a solid molded 5-20 end and a plastic 14-50 end.



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More info would be useful (in general). I suggest :

- Will it also fit into a 14-30 socket? (i.e., has the neutral pin on the 14-50 plug been removed?)
- info on wire gauge/type
- actual length (6"? 12"? 36"?)
- picture

If you are offering to build these to order, you might as well offer multiple plug types (say, 6-15 or 6-20 or 6-30, and their locking equivalents)
 

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Yes neutral pin in the center has been removed and thrown in the trash. Wire is 10/3 fine strand. The wire length between the plugs is like one inch. The 5-20 is a solid molded rubberized plug that does not come apart. The large 14-50 end is the side that unscrews. I like it made short because there should be no confusion about what you are getting yourself into when you plug in to the 5-20 side. No not planning on building lots of these, just was screwing around for fun and made a couple of them.
 

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I was looking at the wrong specs for the donor cord which I chopped up. Its not a 20amp, its a 5-15 with 12/3 wire. Only used once to test it, this isn't my daily use plug. Although that one is exactly the same and has been working fine.
 
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