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Old August 5th, 2014, 05:00 PM
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WTB: UK 7-pin tow socket

Anyone have a UK 7-pin tow socket lying around? Mine somehow got bashed, and I kept the UK wiring on the Sankey so need to find a replacement before I can haul the trailer again. Pics below.
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Old August 5th, 2014, 05:36 PM
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yeah one fifty ($150.00) to you...shipped
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If you get stuck, family are over in a couple of weeks... can get them to bring one. Prob cost ya $20 to post it from here.
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yeah one fifty ($150.00) to you...shipped
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Dunno how expensive shipping would be but they are pretty cheap in the UK

http://www.towingandtrailers.co.uk/c...01&category=45
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Dunno how expensive shipping would be but they are pretty cheap in the UK

http://www.towingandtrailers.co.uk/c...01&category=45
Yeah I know...just not sure the 2 week lead time would play nice with my schedule. Was hoping some folks may have converted to regular wiring and have some lying around. The irony is I used one for a homemade "converter" that goes from 4-flat to the UK 7-pin, just don't want to have to tear it apart if can be avoided.
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I have one in the garage i'm sure but it will have the lead attached, can you make do with just the socket and source your own cable they are about £3 for the plastic type in the local factors.
postage for the socket alone should not be much.

let me know what you want

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I have one in the garage i'm sure but it will have the lead attached, can you make do with just the socket and source your own cable they are about £3 for the plastic type in the local factors.
postage for the socket should not be much.

let me know what you want

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Gren:

Thank you for the offer! Actually, I connected with Trevor @ Rovahfarm this morning and he's going to have some in-hand early next week...so I *think* I'm all set.
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You should not call it the "UK 7-pin".... Anyway.... If you need to have a temporary solution until you get your own plug, I am pretty sure I have a spare one I can dig out of the garage. Last one I bought was 10 euros or less (I go the plastic route now because I hate corrosion).
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You should not call it the "UK 7-pin".... Anyway.... If you need to have a temporary solution until you get your own plug, I am pretty sure I have a spare one I can dig out of the garage. Last one I bought was 10 euros or less (I go the plastic route now because I hate corrosion).
Why...THEY call it a UK 7-pin
http://uk-trailer-parts.co.uk/7-pin-...wiring-diagram
http://www.towingandtrailers.co.uk/shop/132/133/142/

I actually think I'm good to go with the vendors that came to the rescue...I'll actually have a couple of them now!
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