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Old 02-06-2011, 12:05 AM   #43
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Well - after more research I ended up getting a Yamaha EF3000iSEB - now how do I find a container for that little guy?

BTW - used it today for 4 1/2 hours - Love It!!!
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Old 02-06-2011, 01:55 AM   #44
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For my Honda EU2000i storage I bought:

One Rubbermaid Roughneck 18 gallon bin (the silver one pictured with flat lid) AND one 32 gallon Rubbermaid Roughneck Trashcan (comes with raised lid). Both from Auburn CA True Value Hardware.

presto, chango:

I now have an 18 gallon bin with raised lid. Generator fits snug, smaller unit to stow than the actionpacker (which is $24.99 at Roseville CA Walmart yesterday).

And a new 32gal trash can for home, now with flat lid.

Lid snaps on snug (but not gasket sealed). 2500 miles with gen bin in back of packed SUV, haven't smelled it yet.
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Old 02-06-2011, 03:53 AM   #45
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Walter1, do you have a photo? --Thanks.
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Old 02-07-2011, 12:50 AM   #46
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No photo of mine.Here's what I bought:

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Blue Mist Tote, 18 Gal # 2215CPDIM by Rubbermaid

lids were interchangeable.
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Does anyone have a propane converted eu2000i using the ActionPacker for storage? I don't have the conversion yet to measure, but using the following pic, I'm estimating it would need just under 13" of width, if a 90 degree elbow fitting is used to attach the hose to the regulator shown. Would the ActionPacker accommodate that width internally? With 15 feet of 1/2" hose coiled up in there. I'd have to order mail-order, so I'd don;t want it ending up too small.

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I used a 24 gallon action packer but had to cut out for the gas cap. Fits well now and is very solid
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