Originally Posted by Jeepin_182G
Thanks for the input aceinspp. A gen is something on my list to research. I know Honda seems to have a great reputation. Is there a specific size/output that is preferable for dry camping?
Since the Rpod has a 13.5k a/c, if you want to run it, you'll need a minimum of a 2400w inverter generator.
The Yamaha 2400 is advertised to start most 13.5k a/c's.
If you are boondocking where you have no neighbors, a cheap 3000w and up contractor generator will work. But they aren't appropriate for campgrounds.
My recommendation would be a pair of 2000w inverter generators with parallel kit.
That way if you don't need a/c, you only need to take one them to run everything else.
And they only weigh around 50lbs each.
There are many different brands that make this setup.
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