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Old 06-03-2014, 09:46 AM   #15
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If you want to run your AC you need to use both of your generators. If you can do without AC you only need one.

Don't run your AC with one generator - you'll send it to an early grave.
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Old 08-06-2014, 05:26 PM   #16
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Yamaha generator

My SINGLE Yamaha EF2400iHSC generator will run my 13.5 BTU AC unit just fine. It is a quiet as the Honda's.
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We have no home or trailer generator yet

Tentative plan is to buy honda EU7000 next year - skip the electrical 50amp hookup cost (pricey) - and have the 7000 to do it all

Will leave in truck and truck goes in garage and can move around that way

Will get one of those lift devices for loading and unloading when needed - have spoke to a few owners that do well this way

Same decibels as a single honda 2000 and can run both AC units and also run my basics plus at home and to run AC in my airstream when parked at home for company staying

Or that has been one idea I am considering

It's fuel injected so less carb issues - hoping by time I my buy they will offere electric remote start option
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