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Old 12-27-2007, 03:34 PM   #15
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Lynnvt, There's something to be said for not having a totally electric house under some conditions.

At least we'll have plenty of firewood for next camping season, that is, if I ever get good enough weather to go cut it up. I did manage to clear the driveways, AND, you can walk around the house again without having to climb over limbs. I think I have over a rick of wood just from that. At least I don't have to worry about something to do the rest of the winter!

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Old 01-16-2008, 07:38 PM   #16
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We keep ours pretty much ready to go... It is stored at my rental house and is plugged it there for the winter...
My biggest concern is the fuel that I keep in the tank .. Its only about half full and I use stabilizer but I have a hard time getting over there to run it every month... then come may I pump it all out and run it in my wifes jeep. Then its refill it and off we go... the biggest problem is that the pickup tube for the fuel station is shorter than the one for the generator.... Idea being that even when you pump empty at the fuel station ... the generator will still run... Have yet to spend the time to figure out how to really drain it since there is no low point drain. So I always have some "bad" fuel in the tank at the start of the year... Oh well maybe I will get to it this year... lol

I hope whoever has my new truck is taking care of it....

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