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Old 07-29-2016, 09:22 PM   #21
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I have a pair of Honda 2000 units for my RV and Champion 3100 inverter model for the LQ horse trailer. Both setups work equally well. I only prefer the Hondas because of the weight. The heavier Champion is rarely removed from the pickup bed.

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Old 07-30-2016, 12:12 AM   #22
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I run 2 yamaha 2000s for the versatility of being able to use one run to charge batteries and keep lights on and two when there is a heavy load like AC. running only one is very quite and uses very little fuel.
That's exactly my setup. Great way to go. A couple of months ago I saw that my Yamaha's gas gauge was reading empty and since I was leaving the campground the next day decided to run the engine dry. That was around 5:00pm. At 10:00pm, quiet time began and it was STILL running! I had to continue running it in the morning while packing up. That 1 gallon goes a LONG way!


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