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Old 06-13-2016, 10:48 PM   #1
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I just ordered my Yamaha EF2000iSv2 tri-fuel generator from US Carb. Shipping and handling is free right now. Can't wait to hit the road.
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Old 06-24-2016, 03:16 PM   #2
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I just fired mine up for the first time today. Seems to work fine, running of the propane quick connect on the trailer. Woo hoo!
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Converted mine with a kit from US carg over two years ago. Works great.
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We've had ours for three years and love the convenience of not having to haul gasoline around with us. Just plug into the LP port on the Airstream and make power!
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Have any of you with these tri-fuel units run them at home on natural gas? I'm trying to figure out whether my natural gas quick disconnect and line that supports it that is used for my gas grill out on my rear deck can provide enough natural gas to operate my Ef2000iSv2. My goal is for the gen to supply enough power to run my fridge, gas furnace, and the 600 watts of power necessary for my wife's dialysis machine.

That same line supports enough gas flow to supply fuel for a 42,000 BTU fireplace and the dual gas burner on the grill to run full blast. In the past, the fireplace insert has been my backup heat source in case of furnace failure. It held the house at 65 degrees all night when it was -3 F a couple of winters ago and the furnace blower failed.

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