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Hopkins Heavy-Duty, Coiled Trailer Connector Adapter - 7-Way to 6-Pole Round - Center Pin 12V Power

Hopkins Heavy-Duty, Coiled Trailer Connector Adapter - 7-Way to 6-Pole Round - Center Pin 12V Power

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This heavy-duty, coiled cable adapter is compatible with a 7-way RV blade trailer socket on the vehicle and adapts it to work with a 6-way connector on the trailer. Center pin on trailer side connector must be for 12V power. Lowest Prices for the best trailer wiring from Hopkins. Hopkins Heavy-Duty, Coiled Trailer Connector Adapter - 7-Way to 6-Pole Round - Center Pin 12V Power part number HM47083 can be ordered online at or call 1-833-496-1390 for expert service.
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Hopkins Trailer Wiring - HM47083

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  • 0 - 5 Feet Long
  • 7 Round - Blade
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This heavy-duty, coiled cable adapter is compatible with a 7-way RV blade trailer socket on the vehicle and adapts it to work with a 6-way connector on the trailer. Center pin on trailer side connector must be for 12V power.


  • Heavy-duty, coiled cable
    • Weatherproof jacketing
  • Easy-grip connectors
  • Tin-plated terminals for corrosion resistance


  • 3' Cable when stretched
  • 7 RV blade to 6-pole round connector
    • Adapter works with trailers where the center pin is used for 12-volt power

Flex Coil Adapters provide increased durability and the additional length that may be necessary to reach between the tow vehicle's socket and the trailer/towed vehicle's plug.

47083 Hopkins Trailer Connector Coiled Adapter, 7-Way (RV Blade) to 6-Way

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Video of Hopkins Heavy-Duty, Coiled Trailer Connector Adapter - 7-Way to 6-Pole Round - Center Pin 12V Power

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.

Video Transcript for Review of Hopkins Wiring - Wiring Adapters - HM47083

Jeff: Hello everybody. This is Jeff at, we're going to take a look at this Hopkins heavy duty seven way to six pole round coiled trailer connector adapter.Now, if your trailer has a six pole round connector on it and you go to connect to your vehicle and you find out there's only a seven way RV blade connector on the vehicle, that would be a problem. Now, this adapter right here will solve that problem. This is a nice heavy duty coiled cable adapter. It is compatible to plug into the seven way RV blade connector that's on your vehicle and it'll adapt it to work with the six way connector that's on your trailer.Now, the thing you need to make sure is that that center pin on the six pole round trailer side connector must be a 12 volt power connection for this adapter to work. Now, this is a nice heavy duty coiled cable.

You can see when it's stretched, it's about three foot long, provides the extra reach while ensuring that the wire will not drag due to the flex coil design. Has a nice weatherproof jacketing on it. Easy grip connector on this end. Does use tin-plated terminals for corrosion resistance.Other nice feature on the six pole end, you can see it has this nice attached dust cap here that when you're not plugged in or using it, you can just put it on over there and it'll protect the terminals from the elements. And it also uses this swing away metal clamp right here you can see, that'll keep the connection to the six pole end on your trailer nicely attached.

So if you go to attach it, you just take your plug off, plug it into the six way, rotate that metal clamp up and it'll hold the two connections together, keeps them from coming apart.And then when you're done, just go ahead and put your . when you're not using it, go ahead and put your cap back on and you can swing this out of the way up against the cord. Very nice connection.But that should do it for the review on this Hopkins heavy duty seven way to six pole round coil trailer connector adapter.

Customer Reviews

Hopkins Heavy-Duty, Coiled Trailer Connector Adapter - 7-Way to 6-Pole Round - Center Pin 12V Power - HM47083

Average Customer Rating:  4.5 out of 5 stars   (19 Customer Reviews)

This heavy-duty, coiled cable adapter is compatible with a 7-way RV blade trailer socket on the vehicle and adapts it to work with a 6-way connector on the trailer. Center pin on trailer side connector must be for 12V power.


Male pins. Useless. Had to buy the right cable from [online] .Love etrailer. Only reason not going 5 star is the 7 way to 6 way cable. 6 way has male pins. Useless and I bought the male receiver from etrailer too.

I do have a solution for you. For a flat tow install you would need part #HM47053 which would have a female end for the 6 pin connector.
-- Etrailer Expert Jenny N - 11/03/2021


Well made quality product with smart pa ckaging.

Works great and was easy to install.
RandyK - 01/10/2022


The coiled trailer connector adapter I order was shipped the day after my order and I received this item quickly. Based on my smooth transaction with e-trailer, I would recommend this website to my friends. In fact this site was recommended to me by my son-in-law.

Just fine as I expected, thanks.
Herb H - 07/09/2016


I bought a new truck last year which had an electrical plug that did not fit my horse trailer. The Hopkins adapter that I ordered from was received in a very timely manner. It also was a perfect fit I just plugged it in and was good to go. I used it the whole year with no problems. I would not hesitate to use again.


This is the strangest product I've run into. Besides being to short the six wire end has male pins. Try to go to any auto parts store trailer outlet even to and find a connector that is mounted on a vehicle and it will have a male end on it. Who in there right mind would want to have a connector mounted on there tow vehicle with a pig-tail that comes out from the mail connector mounted on the tow vehicle. That's the only part I could find. So I went to an auto parts store and got parts and assembled my own cable that will work just fine. Besides it is longer and won't pull out of it's connections when making turns; the coil is to stiff for even a short distance.


Excellent quality and heavy duty products. I could not locate these type of cords locally but found them at etrailer. The cords are doing the job just as I planned. Would recommend etrailer for your towing needs.


Super heavy duty. Perfect fit. Very well made and price is good for this product. My truck already had the towing package so the 7 blade end fit without any adapters, as well as the 6 pole end that hooks up to the trailer. Very satisfied.


Great deal.... Thanks! I looked all over for this type of adapter. Very hard to find. Thanks to you I am spared the task of making a hard wire change just to pull an old hay trailer for my Dad. Thanks again!!


So glad to have this product, which fit my connector perfectly. Customer Service was very helpful in assisting me in purchasing the correct item.


Greg S. was very helpful, etrailer prices are great.
This is why I have been a repeat customer.


very happy with product & sevice


Order arrived very quickly, even during the Christmas rush. Works great, extremely happy.


I got what I ordered, the process was easy, only took 2 days to get here.. They have good quality products!


Excellent durable quality






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