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Old 11-21-2010, 04:50 PM   #1
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Can I run my generator when driving. I have a 99 bounder 34 on f53 ford with v10
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Can I run my generator when driving. I have a 99 bounder 34 on f53 ford with v10
Unless there is something wrong with your MH you can run the generator for air or electric use while driving. I run ours even if we are not using air or electric. I run the generator about one half hr. 2 twice per month min.
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thanks for the reply. nothing wrong just wondering.
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Everyone I know runs everything needed while driving, and I know of no ill effects. Nor have I seen anything in writing (key phrase here) from any mfr warning not to run this or that while on the road. I routinely run the fridge and the genny (if needed) while traveling.
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I routinely run ours to power the air conditioner(s) while driving in hot weather.
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