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Old 03-11-2009, 07:46 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by camperjunkie View Post
If money isn't an issue and you want a quite set up. I saw a camper with 2 honda 2000 hooked together AND they were drawing fuel from a 6 gallon marine gas tank sitting on the ground. Never seen that before. The man said when he needs the ac he fires both up, when watching tv he shuts 1 off. Thats the way to go.
I have a honda 3000, works great runs the camper just fine. We dry camp 80% of the time and didn't want to bother others. The 3000 in pretty heavy. Takes 2 people to set it in the back of the truck. If I had it to do over I'd go with the 2000 set up with the gas tank.
The 2 Honda 2000s seem to be about the best setup.....except that was way over our budget. The 3000 would have worked except for being heavy....130 lbs. or so, I think. We opted for the Yamaha EF2400is. It was about 1/2 the price of 2 Honda 2000s with the parallel kit. It runs the AC just fine. It is relatively quiet. It is light enough for me to lift into the truck at about 80 lbs.....but that is about the limit of my lifting now adays.


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