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Old 11-23-2015, 07:56 AM   #15
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My wife and I recently purchased a 2007 Roadmaster Predator Toy Hauler to take on hunting and camping trips. HOWEVER, neither of us know a thing about them. I know that we need to buy a 3000 amp generator, but the previous owner told us that we can also hookup propane to run the refrigerator and stove. Can we run electricity on propane alone or do we for sure need a generator? Please help the confused family of two!
We purchased this generator after many hours of research / checking reviews and we chose this one:
Champion Power Equipment 46539 4,000 Watt 196cc 4-Stroke Gas Powered Portable Generator with Wireless Remote Electric Start from AMAZON

A lot of folks like the Hondas and other perhaps pricey generators but after testing this one for power / watts we were very happy with it so far. I set it up at home to start with. I turned on all the lights, fired up the A/C unit and then I plugged in my 5 horse power air compressor and this generator hardly blinked. It's fairly quiet, you can stand close to it and talk. The best feature is the remote start / stop controller so you don't have to wander around in the dark to turn it on or off. Best wishes on your new adventures
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We purchased this generator after many hours of research / checking reviews and we chose this one:
Champion Power Equipment 46539 4,000 Watt 196cc 4-Stroke Gas Powered Portable Generator with Wireless Remote Electric Start from AMAZON

A lot of folks like the Hondas and other perhaps pricey generators but after testing this one for power / watts we were very happy with it so far. I set it up at home to start with. I turned on all the lights, fired up the A/C unit and then I plugged in my 5 horse power air compressor and this generator hardly blinked. It's fairly quiet, you can stand close to it and talk. The best feature is the remote start / stop controller so you don't have to wander around in the dark to turn it on or off. Best wishes on your new adventures
Champion is a good generator. Honda are the best (IMO) but they Are pricey.
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