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6-Pole Square Trailer Wiring Connector Kit (Car and Trailer Ends)

6-Pole Square Trailer Wiring Connector Kit (Car and Trailer Ends)

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Hopkins Trailer Wiring - 37995

  • Wiring Adapters
  • Single-Function Adapter
  • 6 Square
  • Plug and Lead
  • 0 - 5 Feet Long
  • 6 Square
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6-Pole square trailer wiring connector kit

  • Square design 6-pole
  • Includes both male and female ends for car and trailer
    • Wire leads on each trailer and vehicle end measures 11-3/4"
    • Pigtail wires are 18 gauge

TAP # 37995 / Hopkins # 47995



47995 6-Pole Square Trailer Wiring Connector Kit (Car and Trailer Ends)




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Video Transcript for Hopkins Wiring - Wiring Adapters - 37995 Review

Today we're going to review part number 37995, this is the Hopkins 6-Pole Square Trailer Wiring Connector Kit. You can see it has the square design 6-Pole on both connectors. It includes the male end, the male end is what would go on the trailer and includes the female end, 6-square end, which will go on to the vehicle. Basically the pigtail wires on each, they use an 18 gauge size wire. The length, give you an idea of the length on these, got a 12 inch ruler and basically you can see that you're about 12 inches in length on each one. Now basically what you would do is this one here, with the female end, this would connect to the vehicle, the tow vehicle, so you'd wire this in with the pigtail wires. This end, with the male ends, would go to the trailer, and again you'd wire those in.

Then basically all you would have to do is push that together, just like that, and you would have the six way connector. That should do it for the review on part number 37995, the Hopkins 6-Pole Square Trailer Wiring Connector Kit. .

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6-Pole Square Trailer Wiring Connector Kit (Car and Trailer Ends) - 37995

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (169 Customer Reviews)


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Bullet-proof connector, if not the most elegant.

Used in my case for custom "adventurization" wiring on my 2007 BMW F800ST motorcycle, now just road tested this late summer - early fall 2017 on a three month, 18,000 mile loop out of Chicago through the Arctic & Pacific Northwest, including the Dempster & Dalton Highways.

Had a custom wiring harness that had to be able to be removed in order to get at the engine, hence the need for the connectors.

A few photos should be attached.



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This is a product that I needed for my project, but was not easily found and available. etrailer.com not only had the product, but had it at a great price. Shipping was very fast and free for the amount I ordered. Overall, this was a great shopping experience. I made a bulk order of 16 as I am manufacturing trailers that are towed behind motorcycles. This product gives me the six conductors that I need in a very small package, which is great due to the size of motorcycles compared to cars or trucks. The only thing that could be improved with this product would be if they came with dust caps for each connector, or at least one for the vehicle side to prevent dust and moisture intrusion while the trailer is not in use. Keep up the excellent service and selection.



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The wiring kit I ordered has been a very hard to find item in the past. Luckily, I found it on etrailer, & it was identical to what my camper came with from the factory! Waiting & delivery was minimal, & I'll gladly order from them again.



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Very convenient and quick delivery. Exactly what I ordered. Thx. Kathy



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I needed to add a more convenient location to plug and unplug my backup camera on my 2015 Chevy. The camera harness was a 6-wire harness and this 6-way plug was just what I needed. Works perfectly.



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Works for my Arctic Fox truck camper.
The
battery feed line is small gauge(14) and if your drawing a lot of power from the truck this wire will easily be overloaded and melt. Run a separate wire if you need more than a few amps out of the truck.



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I have a Coleman popup trailer w/ a 6-wire harness (no brakes). After receiving the Hopkins 6-wire plugs from eTrailer, I was able to create a conversion cable to "jump" my 4-wire tow vehicle plug lead to the 6-wire trailer plug. It works very well and I will be ordering other items from eTrailer.

Tom N.

12/8/2017

Product works well and was just what was needed



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This product replaces several of types of connectors, e.g., cinch-jones and other 6 wire types. It will be used to connect model railroad show modules. I was looking for a reasonably rapid insertion and disconnect and good conductivity. Power is low power DC, so the wire is more than adequate. I also needed a reasonable drop so as not to strain the terminal strip (barrier) connection. These, I believe, will work well. I hope this helps.

Richard B.

8/13/2014

The connector sets I purchased are for inter modular connection on a mobile model railroad. They are working very well. I would hope you might make a connector with more pins, e.g., 8 or possibly 10. I realize the trailer application requires only 6, but the ledger ones might find other applications.



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It fit the trailer harnes great a little tight but it won't come off . It took a while to. figure out the bike



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Product was what I ordered. It came when it arrived I used it for its intended purpose. It operated as it should



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Worked excellant to get the running lights and stop lights working on a motorcycle trike conversion.



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Did not use this as a trailer connector. I had to have a way to plug and unplug another device. This worked perfectly. The wires were long enough to stagger the splices and allow for a smaller diameter splice. Overall an excellent product.

John

12/21/2018

The device I used this on is now installed permanently and no longer need to plug and unplug for relocation., The connector worked perfectly and never showed any signs of corrosion on the connectors even though it was exposed to the elements.



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Arrived promptly. Works like a charm. Exactly what I needed.



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Part came in as described. Was a perfect fit for my needs. Has worked very well. One small problem which we overcame is that the connector is very hard to totally connect and even harder to disconnect when the winter is over. The use of channel lock pliers took care of the problem. Being hard made them more water resistant which was a plus.



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I’ve looked the connector over but haven’t installed it yet. It is a high quality item and I’m sure it will work as designed!



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I had great difficulty finding this 6-pin "Square" connector elsewhere. I was pleased that etrailer had it and the price was excellent. Delivery was prompt and the part was as advertised.

My only complaint is that the wiring "color code" did not match what I expected from the existing connector on my camper and other wiring diagrams that I had seen. This caused some minor problems initially. Though, I was able to work through it.

I'd certainly use etrailer again for similar part needs.



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This was exactly what I needed for a non-trailer application. I used a pair of these connectors for my antenna rotator wire connections so that I could disconnect them when I was moving the setup. The gauge of the stranded wire is substantial and easy to work with when stripping to make connections. Using it both under screws and soldering to other cables was easy. Color-coding matched the current cables. The two connectors might use a bit of light lubrication to more easy push together and pull apart.



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Great FAST service and fortunately it was the correct size I needed.. bought the camper used with just pigtail.. Not quite as heavy of wiring I would like as my truck and camper are larger.. #10 or #8 on the power wires would be nice!
But for the price and it serves the tail lights well.. a fair deal... will be buying a decent 7 pin 10' jumper and do it right!



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I bought a motorcycle pull cart to pull behind our Miata. I looked all over Madison to find the right connection pieces. After being told it could not be done, I brought up your web site and found exactly what I needed. Your web site even had a video that I watched and learned from. Now I can travel Route 66 knowing my trailer lights will be working all the way to California and back. Thanks for the great product selection you offer and the efficient way the web site works in the ordering process.



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This plug is hard to find, and of course etrailer handles it. Needless to say, I'm glad they handle it!!! Shipped quick and it was exactly as advertised. You can get the half of the plug I needed on Amazon for three times the cost of both halves at etrailer.

Thanks.........Rick



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I recently needed a simple trailer plug for a motorcycle. I shopped for the product at a couple of major stores and could not find a six prong connector. I could have kept looking and probably found it but I went to etrailer.com and found it cheaper even with shipping than I could have bought it locally. Thanks etrailer

Dan



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Arrived in a timely manner. Ordered at the end of one weekend and it arrived well in advanced of the next. Product will be used as an in-between from my pickup and it's cap (topper). I have a few extra lights and electrical accessories that need to be disconnected when the cap is removed. This one plug makes it simple.



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Sorry I took so long to respond to your request on a survey that plug you sent me fit my camper perfectly I thank you so much I've been searching high and low until I found use kind people I'm looking for a transformer for my 1979 pop up Coleman Camper Brandywine my Transformer started to smoke and Buzz real loud I had to unplug it if you can find me a Transformer would you please let me know thank you very much everything is well appreciated have a nice day hope to hear from you soon



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I had lost the the connector to my pop up trailer. It is a square fitting. I looked everywhere and only found one and they wanted $45.00. Everyone uses flat fittings now. Then I found etrailer just $ 14.00 and that included shipping.



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I use these not for trailers but for hooking up multiconductor cables on ham radio antenna rotors. They work well. Use dielectric grease on them. They last well and are easy to plug and unplug.


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