Ok, first of all yes i did sell my pup and get an RV, for those that didn't notice my for sale post last week. But, since there is a lot of combined camping experience here i will keep on coming back! And of course contribute when i can. Here is the issue i'm working on right now. I have the 30amp cord from the RV, the same as my PUP had and many others have, and the generator has a L14-20 twist lock connector. The genset came with a mating plug and i have a molded pigtail for the 30amp rv cord to plug into. The question is how to wire it. Obviously the green ground wire from the pigtail goes to the green ground of the twistlock, and the white neutral from the pigtail goes to the white on the twistlock, but what about the hot? The twistlock has an X and a Y, for the two lines. The manual suggests that you evenly distribute the load between the two lines. So the question is this, on a typical adapter sold at your RV store how do they handle the hot connection? Do they just connect it to one side of the twistlock, or is it tied across both to help even the load between the two line outputs? I can't find a typical schematic anywhere for the 30amp adapters. I did find a schematic for a 50amp adapter which of course puts the red and black to each of the lines on the twistlock since it uses two hot wires. 1991 Skamper 245C 1997 Pontiac Trans Sport Dad Mom Three Kids!