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Old 04-19-2020, 11:47 AM   #1
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Generac removal from Class C

I need to need to remove the Generac generator from a 2007 29' Sunseeker class C.
Has anyone done this before?

I'm searching the archives right now but I'm not having much luck.


Rob and Karen, driving a 2007 Sunseeker Class "C"
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Old 04-19-2020, 06:42 PM   #2
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Removed the generator from a 29' 2007 Sunseeker class "C"

Took it out & put it back.
The RV is on blocks, all the wheels, three 2x8s high.

Removed the exhaust.
Disconnected the ground line.
Disconnected the power wire & covered the end.
(There is an electrical connector towards the top, I got that after I had it on the ground, the wires just made it that far)
Alligator jack under it with a board cross ways to support the whole genset.
Removed the 4 bolts holding the hanging brackets to the generator.
Lowered it on the jack, had to take it off the jack to slide it out from under the RV.

There is still a protected wire bundle that is attached to the generator, I could disconnect those wires AFTER I took the top cover off. The wires were long enough.

To put it back I used a pry bar to raise it up & put 2by blocks under the sides until I could fit a scissors jack under the generator, then I continued until it was high enough to fit the alligator jack under it. Then I raised it up to get the 4 bolts in. The fuel hose, the hot wire, the ground wire and then the electrical connector on top (it was not that hard to get to it).
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