Originally Posted by hbillsmith
Nothing like adding 150# to 200# to your tongue weight! Also, if that's the way one would choose to go, then why not convert the generator to propane since the tanks are right there anyway. Most conversions still retain the gasoline option so an extended fuel gas option could be used for longer term stays.
I think the OP has a truck that will do it easily. Good idea about the propane, though... not only for the fuel, located right there, but for the lack of noxious fumes. I found this at HD, which I don't need, but such I good buy, I might not be able to resist... he-he. As for me, I might haul it on the tongue, but running... it can't stay there. I'm sensitive to 68db and constant unnecessary bouncing and shaking
You could buy one for 1/6 of the cost of a Honda 3000 and then put some of that savings in soundproofing.
Sportsman 4,000-Watt Clean Burning LPG Portable Propane Generator-GEN4000LP - The Home Depot