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Old 07-06-2012, 10:56 PM   #15
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Hi, here is where I carry my Yamaha 2400.
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Old 07-08-2012, 07:52 AM   #16
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Thanks for the posts. I got a 2.5 Gallon No-Spill can, and it fits great just behind the propane tanks on the battery compartment.
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Old 07-15-2012, 10:39 AM   #17
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I just ordered a Rotopax gasoline container and two diesel containers. They are pricey but I found a 15% discount coupon code TACOMA which worked. Fuel Cans : Gas Pack : Gasoline Containers : RotopaX.com
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Old 07-15-2012, 10:47 AM   #18
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I'm posting a blog when it's all finished and set up, but I also have two Honda 2000i's and am putting together a long-run system connecting a single six gallon maritime tank via fuel lines and a "T" splitter to the two generators. Key is a "long run" sealed fuel cap for each generator. Plan is to carry the six gallon tank on my tow vehicle roof in a cargo basket. That way I can just run the fuel line to the generators without having to move it. Worst case, six gallons isn't too heavy, I just lift it off and place it next to the two generators (for example, in the woods twenty feet away for less noise). Six gallons should run the two Hondas for about 20 hours, or 3 nights of AC/ battery recharge while boon docking and not having to wake up and refill them. ;-)

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Old 07-15-2012, 03:29 PM   #19
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Interesting, but pricey, fuel tank for generators, etc.:

http://www.transferflow.com/generator_tank.html

Does anyone have one of these?
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I'm posting a blog when it's all finished and set up, but I also have two Honda 2000i's and am putting together a long-run system connecting a single six gallon maritime tank via fuel lines and a "T" splitter to the two generators. Key is a "long run" sealed fuel cap for each generator. Plan is to carry the six gallon tank on my tow vehicle roof in a cargo basket. That way I can just run the fuel line to the generators without having to move it. Worst case, six gallons isn't too heavy, I just lift it off and place it next to the two generators (for example, in the woods twenty feet away for less noise). Six gallons should run the two Hondas for about 20 hours, or 3 nights of AC/ battery recharge while boon docking and not having to wake up and refill them. ;-)

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Do you have any photos of this yet? Would love to see them... I just ordered a BERG dual line 6 gallon maritime extended fuel tank for my two 2000i Yamahas... also wondering where to keep them... I can fit both Yamahas on my hitch, but no room for a gas can there... wondering if I should put one of the Yamaha generators in the RV trailer, and put the gas can on the hitch along with the other generator, for travel...
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