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Old 10-17-2012, 09:10 PM   #15
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Where do you store your generator?
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Old 10-19-2012, 09:57 AM   #16
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Where do you store your generator?
The genset is in the curb side rear storeage compartment under a twin bed as follows: http://www.airforums.com/forums/f448...s-68808-4.html

Go back to page #2 of the post for more detailed photos of the interior and fuel tank location.
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Old 10-20-2012, 06:10 AM   #17
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Nice report. Good to see average mph as it is as useful as average mpg when trying to make comparisons across vehicle spec, climate, terrain and leaving some fudge factors for driver skill or emphasis during use. Highs or lows don't really mean much, it is averages that count!

51-mph also correlates with sensible daily travel times (rest breaks, fuel + food, stops, etc), so as an overall judge of the way the driver is using his time it also says quite a bit about whatever else he reports. Context.

A nice rig (for those who haven't taken the time to read all the OP's posts: recommended).

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Nice report. Good to see average mph as it is as useful as average mpg when trying to make comparisons across vehicle spec, climate, terrain and leaving some fudge factors for driver skill or emphasis during use. Highs or lows don't really mean much, it is averages that count!

51-mph also correlates with sensible daily travel times (rest breaks, fuel + food, stops, etc), so as an overall judge of the way the driver is using his time it also says quite a bit about whatever else he reports. Context.

A nice rig (for those who haven't taken the time to read all the OP's posts: recommended).

Thanks.

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