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Old 09-15-2019, 09:33 AM   #1
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Basecamp in Alaska

I'm moving up to Alaska and plan on taking my Basecamp winter camping. Are the tank heaters sufficient to keep the tanks from freezing in interior Alaska? Does anyone have advice on what kind of generator to get? I'm looking at 3500W models but concerned about whether electric start will be reliable in super cold weather, or whether I'll have to make additional modifications if I'm going to leave it outside (battery/oil heater).
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