Cords that fit Gravely generators

Find the generator cord that will fit the outlet on your Gillette generator online! We carry the most common cords that will fit your generator in one place. Simply match the volts from the outlet on your generator, with the cords in the “in stock,” column. The cord that matches should be a direct fit, based on specs from Gravely. Simply add the cord to the cart, and we’ll have it on your way ASAP.




Generator Model


Generator Cords In Stock

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1600W (120V Straight Blade)
asdafffff5 986051 5000W (120V Straight Blade)
(120/240 Locking)
asdafffff6  986052 7500W (120V Straight Blade)
(120/240V Locking)

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Common Questions…


[toggle hide=”yes” border=”yes” title_open=”How do I figure out the AMPS needed for my cord?” title_closed=”How do I figure out the Amps needed for my cord?”]There are a few ways of doing this. But the fastest way to tell what AMP generator cord you need is to look at the outlet you are going to plug into. It will have listed either:

  • A NEMA configuration
  • The Amps
  • Or the Volts

Once you have either one you can use a NEMA chart to find out the amp rating. (Locking Nema Chart) (Straight Blade Nema Chart)[/toggle]

[toggle hide=”yes” border=”yes” title_open=”What is the difference between a locking and non-locking cord?” title_closed=”What is the difference between a locking and non-locking cord?”]We classify a lot of our cords by Locking, and Straight Blade. A locking configuration will have curved pins that when inserted, can be twisted in place to lock the cordset to the outlet.

This type of connection is thought to be more secure, and will prevent a cord from accidental unplugging.[/toggle]

[toggle hide=”yes” border=”yes” title_open=”Do you offer male to male generator cords?” title_closed=”Do you offer male to male generator cords?”]We do not offer these male to male generator cords. Here’s why:

I believe what you are referring to is what we call a “suicide cord.” This is because this type of cable is used to backfeed power back into your home. These kinds of cords are dangerous and we don’t recommend anyone buying / building one. Wire your own transfer switch inlet or have an electrician do it for you, and use a proper Male to Female generator cord.[/toggle]