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Old 03-10-2011, 02:57 PM   #15
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We do alot of boondocking in the woods.So I dont worry about the noise as much as some.I bought an off brand called genny called Power Pro it's a 3500.Seems to work real well for 3 years now.Starts the air with no problem either.Looks alot like the champion.I think it came from Northern Tool or Harbor Frieght. my 02

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Old 03-11-2011, 06:16 PM   #17
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I have a Champion 4000/3500 mounted in my truck bed. We've used it for two seasons. It has run 12 hours straight running my 15K AC and everything else with no problems. It's not quite as quiet as a Honda or Yamaha, but when we're inside, we can hardly hear it. We haven't had any complaints from our fellow campers when running it. i.e. boon docking. It has a 30A RV recepticle which makes it convenient.
I got it for $270, a lot cheaper than a Honda or Yamaha.
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Old 03-13-2011, 06:14 AM   #18
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Originally Posted by Pinz6x6 View Post
I never thought anything beyond a bunch of hangovers would happen on 1/1/00.
Lot's of other folks hand a bunch of wild ideas, and many of them spent real money on generators that were never used. Bunches and bunches of them came on the used market real cheap.
One thing about history, some learn from it and others repeat it over and over again.
I think Dec. 22, 2012 will be 3 days before Christmas and the day after Dec. 21, 2012.
One thing history taught me, have some extra cash handy to pick up some great deals on generators and camping stuff from the folks that PT Barnum said were born every minute.
Not really off topic, if you are looking ahead for deals on GENERATORS and can wait a bit.
And I think you are spot on correct.
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How has the experience been with starting the hand pull Champion 4000 generator? Has anyone had any experience with it starting and running a 15k AC unit?
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One regular Honda 2000, and a companion 2000. They can be linked together, or just use one, depending on your needs. Spend the money and get the best, you wont be sorry. I have had the others, Boliy, Coleman, Champion and wished I would have gone with the Hondas to start with.
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Old 03-19-2011, 05:40 AM   #22
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Cabelas is having a sale on gens right now.

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