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Old 03-29-2011, 08:28 PM   #11
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Yikes...all I want to say ios Onan suggested 5w40 WHICH i CAN NOT FIND ANYWHERE....SO i MAY GO TO SYNTHETIC AS WELL. i AM GOING TO INSTALL A POWER INVERTER FOR THE LONG DRIVE TO nc THIS SUMMER. aNY THOUGHTS ON IF i SHOULD HOOK IT UP TO THE FRONT CAB BATTERY OR THE 2 REAR ONES. tHANKS

ps.. sORRY FOR THE CAPS...i AM A TYPING ILLTERATE AND CAN NOTTYPE WITHOUT LOOKING AT THE KEYS!
Thank you for the honest reply. Thats all I was looking for, what Onan suggest or what others have used. I have 3 Onans and all three manuals have had different oil weights listed.

If our motorhome is running it charges all the batteries, I don't think it would matter much if your just going to be using it while you are driving. If you will be using it while you are camping I think I would want it hooked up to the house batteries. Less likely to run them low and they will get charged by the generator also if you use it.
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