4-IN-1 Electrical and Air Combo Assemblies with Dual Pole

Spiral wrapped for clean appearance and protection

ALL ASSEMBLIES

  • Spiral wrapped for a clean organized look
  • Outstanding kink and abrasion resistance
  • Includes hanging clamp and clip for easy installation (P/N 5-5018)
  • Large grips for easy coupling/uncoupling and hose support

ELECTRICAL

  • Multiple 7-way plug options available ranging from premium to standard
  • Cable jacketing is chemical and abrasion resistant
  • Dual pole liftgate cable with 100 amp continuous capacity; 200 amp intermittent capacity

AIR

  • Large red and blue grips for easy coupling/uncoupling and hose support
  • Tractor end includes swivel fittings for easy installation

PREMIUM 7-WAY PLUG OPTIONS

  • STA-DRY QCSM2™:  Connects to the QCS2® creating a tight STA-DRY® seal that locks out moisture and contaminants
  • QCP™ (Quick-Change Plug):  Reduces maintenance time with a 2-minute field replaceable plug-in cartridge

All premium 4-IN-1 assemblies come standard with an extended trailer-side lead length for strain relief

ADDITIONAL 7-WAY PLUG OPTIONS

  • WEATHER-TITE™ PERAMAPLUG™:  The WEATHER-TITE™ seal resists water and contaminants from enter the electrical system
  • M7 (Molded 7-Way):  Unbreakable, corrosion resistant, and completely molded to the cable to prevent water intrusion at the back of the plug
  • Zinc Die-Cast Plug:  Heavy duty reinforced zinc die-cast housing for durability

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30-2255
12’, ABS with (1) QCMS2™ and (1) QCP™, dual pole, rubber air lines
30-2275
15’, ABS with (1) QCMS2™ and (1) QCP™, dual pole, rubber air lines
30-2295
20’, ABS with (1) QCMS2™ and (1) QCP™, dual pole, rubber air lines
20-2257
12’, ABS with QCP™, dual pole, rubber air lines
30-2277
15’, ABS with QCP™, dual pole, rubber air lines
30-2297
20’, ABS with QCP™, dual pole, rubber air lines
30-2256
12’, ABS with WEATHER-TITE™ PERMAPLUGS™, dual pole, rubber air lines
30-2276
15’, ABS with WEATHER-TITE™ PERMAPLUGS™, dual pole, rubber air lines
30-2296
20’, ABS with WEATHER-TITE™ PERMAPLUGS™, dual pole, rubber air lines
30-2252
12’, ABS with zinc die-cast plugs, dual pole, rubber air lines
30-2272
15’, ABS with zinc die-cast plugs, dual pole, rubber air lines
30-2292
20’, ABS with zinc die-cast plugs, dual pole, rubber air lines

Featured Technology

Featured Technology

WEATHER-TITE™ M2

WEATHER-TITE™ M2

The industry's only dual pole plug connection with superior corrosion protection.

Features
  • Weather-proof, unbreakable housing completely molded to the electrical cable to combat against corrosion.
  • Additional corrosion prevention with the WEATHER-TITE seal.
  • Interchangeable with any standard J3082 liftgate dual pole socket.
Why WEATHER-TITE M2?
  • Prevents moisture and contaminants from entering the socket cavity.

QCP™

QCP™

The industry's only replaceable plug cartridge for 7-Way electrical cables.

Features
  • Designed with a plug interior over-molded to the cable.
  • Glass filled nylon material to withstand tough impacts.
  • Easy to install in minutes.
  • Completely sealed to eliminate moisture intrusion.
Why QCP?
  • Quick and easy maintenance.
  • Prevents corrosion.

STA-DRY® QCMS2™

STA-DRY® QCMS2™

A revolutionary socket and plug hybrid in one, designed to eliminate corrosion.

Features
  • Locks out road contaminants, completely stopping the devastating effects of corrosion.
  • Pairs with the QCS2 boot, replacing the socket, and is rarely removed.
  • Industry’s only corrosion-free, tractor-side electrical connection.
Why STA-DRY QCMS2?
  • Minimal maintenance required on the tractor-side
  • Avoid downtime due to corrosion
Product Resources
Aug 9, 2016

4-IN-1 ELECTRICAL & AIR ASSEMBLY

Aug 25, 2020

Two Is Better Than One – Cable Support for Combination Assemblies

May 5, 2016

Proper Installation of Cable Clamp Holders

Oct 26, 2020

Out with the Old, In with the New Adapter Fitting

Apr 23, 2013

Corrosion & the 7-Way Connection

Jan 29, 2019

Keeping Corrosion Out at the Liftgate Connection

Aug 5, 2016

Single Pole or Dual Pole Cables: What’s the Difference?