Tiahaar wrote:... or a piece of 3/4" plywood secured to a couple T stakes planted a couple feet from the RV, alongside the generator...works wonders.
Canoe wrote:To contain splinters, tape the edges.
Bob wrote:The baffling thing for me is why my camp neighbors last year with the brand-new shiny hexayurts were running repurposed air conditioners on a rusty old Coleman generator.
tamarakay wrote:Yes, yes you do.
Plywood cut to fit around it, carpet glued/attached on insides. Drill holes down sides, line them up with each other and you can either zip tie together or wire together. We wired on one side so we could unwire easily, open one side like a door to get in to fill gas, clean filters, start etc. we had extra carpet in the corners to keep sound from leaking out there.
easy peasy and your neighbors will really appreciate you.
Dr. Pyro wrote:We had a baffle box ... and wouldn't you know it, it set itself on fire...
Canoe wrote:Dr. Pyro wrote:We had a baffle box ... and wouldn't you know it, it set itself on fire...
One way to get around the No Fireworks rule...
jcliff wrote: However, I don't think it's one of the newer super quiet models. If I only plan to run it for a short time (I figured late
afternoon would be best,) do I need to have a baffle box for it? There seems like a fair amount of anti-rv sentiment out there right now and I don't want to piss off my neighbors. Any suggestions?
Bob wrote:Hexayurts look like the perfect thing for containing a generator, actually.
ZaphodBurner wrote:Bob wrote:Hexayurts look like the perfect thing for containing a generator, actually.
Full enclosures don't dissipate heat very well and the generator starts running like shit unless you give it adequate oxygen. Plus, hexayurts are better spent living in, 'cause they're kind of awesome.
Father_Burn wrote:Most of the noise comes out of the tailpipe.
Father_Burn wrote:... Carbon Dioxide to seep into your RV. That could make for a really bad BM experience....
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