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Old 06-18-2016, 06:24 AM   #71
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Old 06-18-2016, 06:28 AM   #72
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Why wouldn't you buy two 1000 watt and one 2000 watt? It would be cheaper and less weight.

And it wouldn't sound like a beehive.
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Old 06-18-2016, 06:42 AM   #73
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I would only buy multiple similar gens if the mfg. already has a set up for linking them for more amps. Custom building anything is not cost effective IMO. The standard is Honda 2000 x2. I don't think Honda or Yamaha market a combined set up for 2 1000 watt units.

Plus wiring up your combination of gens could be dangerous and shocking in outcome!

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Plan ahead for your electrical needs, and buy what fits.

A/C use is one deciding factor of course.

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Honda also does offer a kit to parallel two EU3000iS 3,000 watt units . The two units cost more than one EU7000iS 7,000 watt unit but weigh about the same.
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If you are mostly camping in the mid spring to mid fall, go solar you will be amazed how fast a few hundred watts of solar panels will recharge your batteries. If you are doing winter camping, or want a spare generator in case of power outage go with the 2k. If you really only want it for topping off your batteries for lights and such, go with the 1k, much lighter.

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