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Old 01-13-2017, 06:24 AM   #15
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Thanks to all for timely and helpful responses. It has given me some details to consider and it is much appreciated.

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IMO there are two major things to consider weight and use. As one gets older it becomes more difficult to lift a 60 pound Generator then a smaller one like the Honda or Yamaha 2000s. As to use the 2000 is good for multiple purposes and you can add a second one if needed.
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We're also considering generator power. Tend to be leaning on the Honda 2000i or 3000i. We just like using our A/C, microwave and other electric gadgets that are hungry for power. We're in warmer climates often. I really like the GenConneX LP conversions and will likely go that route. I hear good things about the Yamaha brand too.
If your looking at the larger 3000W models, you might also check out the Champion lineup, including their 3000W Electric Start
https://www.amazon.com/Champion-Powe...6SR0Q4TF80E5CC

or check out the Dual Fuel Electric Start model:
https://www.amazon.com/Champion-Powe...FP7ZHKBEV3PMAN
At half the price and same great reliability, comparable weight/noise, and many service centers, Champion is another great choice while saving some money... Good luck!
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