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Old 11-05-2009, 09:44 PM   #15
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The EU3000 is a nice unit. Lots of RVers use it.

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Old 11-06-2009, 02:35 AM   #16
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The EU3000 is a nice unit. Lots of RVers use it.

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can you remove the onan 5500 and install the honda eu3000 in the same space? how about the exhaust and fuel connections?
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Old 11-06-2009, 05:19 AM   #17
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I have a Honda 3000 that I purchased for my horse trailer that has living quarters in 2002. It is a great piece of equipment. Quick, starts first time every time. Servicing is easy. They are a little more expensive than others for worth it. I actually bought mine over the internet for much less than purchasing local. Look around you can find some deals.
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JJH I used a Honda 2000 for several years for intermittant power needs. Sometimes it would start the AC at sea level but was maxed out and loud that way so did not use it to run the AC. Everything else would operate. My son loaned me his honda 3000 and it worked fine except it was so heavy I had to leave it in the truck bed. To get around the weight some folks will get 2 of the 2000 Hondas and with a parralel kit it will have a 30 amp receptacle and you can move these lighter units one at a time. Also in cooler weather you only needto take one

Do you plan on dry camping? To me a gen is only good for recharging the batteries or for occasional use because of the noise and fumes. When traveling they are handy to run the AC while stopped to fix lunch or take a napp.

How are you going to carry it or them.?
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