Glad you guys found out about the neutral to ground bond. The 'No Shock Zone' link says it all WITH ONE EXCEPTION!!!!
Your generator, which now has the required neutral to ground bond IS NOT GROUNDED. This requires a ground stake to be pounded onto the earth in proximity to your rig and attached to the external ground lug found on the generator or attached to a metallic hose bib from a water pipe that is submerged in the ground.
The fact that the generator is grounded to it's frame is an insufficient safety pathway for stray current. I know that most of you don't do this or will think it crazy, but IF your read your generator manual, this requirement is usually listed in it.
Be safe out there!!!!
Lew Farber...RVIA Certified Master Tech...ABYC Certified Master Marine Electrician
SOLAR TECH ENERGY SYSTEMS, INC.
AM SOLAR ...MAGNUM…VICTRON ENERGY...LITHIUM & LIFELINE BATTERIES…MARINE REFRIGERATION