Originally Posted by Sburg58
Thanks for the link to Vintage Trailers, problem solved I think? They have an adapter to convert from a household plug to the standard RV 30 amp plug. Since I can now adapt from my "dryer plug" to household this will allow me to convert the household end to standard RV. This site and it's contributors are great! Now on to a couple of other problems.
Adapter 30A to 15A
I still think you should go the other way. That is, put an RV plug on and adapt to the household outlet when you use them. That way, when you have access to a 30 amp outlet at a campground, you will have a 30 amp connection instead of going through the household connector.
Having said that, my Trade wind still has the household type plug that a PO put on before I got it.
If you're going to change the plug anyway though, I'd go with the higher capacity one and adapt down when necessary.
By the way, you should be able to find those adapters locally. HD and WalMart may have them (it kind of depends on the store and who's keeping the shelves restocked). Just about any RV dealer will.