Straight – Single Pole

Durable single pole straight assemblies

  • Good chemical and abrasion resistance
  • Heavy duty, reinforced zinc die-cast plugs
  • Mates with 15-320 socket
  • Available in 4-IN-1 applications

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23-2051
12’, 1 hot, 4 ga.
23-2071
15’, 1 hot, 4 ga.
23-2091
20’, 1 hot, 4 ga.

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

LIFTGATE CHARGING CABLES

Aug 5, 2016

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

Jan 11, 2017

Liftgate Cable and Connection Maintenance

May 23, 2019

Using the Proper Liftgate Cable Size (2 ga. vs. 4 ga.)

Feb 6, 2014

The Importance of Keeping Your Liftgate Battery Charged

Jan 29, 2019

Keeping Corrosion Out at the Liftgate Connection

May 6, 2011

Is Your Liftgate Keeping You Down?