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Airstream Towing Socket Connector 7 Way Aircraft Type 190962

Brand: Pollak Pollak
  • Part Number: 190962
  • Part Location: U.S.
  • Availability: 53 In Stock
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This plug is replacement for plastic plug that was used on many 1970s' Airstream Trailers in the front of the trailer.

 This Socket can only take one type of trailer 7 way connector. Part # 106126

Compatibility: 1969 and up Airstream trailers with towing plug connector located on the front center lower aluminum panel. 

Specifications:

7 Way Round Socket;

12-24 Volt

40 Amps

Die Cast Housing

This Socket can only take one type of trailer 7 way connector. Part # 106126




Reviews for Airstream Towing Socket Connector 7 Way Aircraft Type 190962(1)
Manning Grinnan11/13/2020
Very solid, MUCH better than what was on my mature Airstream (1971).
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