theCryptofishist wrote:Get two 1000s. Do you really want to take the advice of these clowns?
GreyCoyote wrote:The EU3000 is indeed a very nice bit of hardware, but the funny thing is, it will be utterly and completely outdone by a pair of EU2000's paralleled for about the same price. And as far as weight goes, two EU2000's (for a total of 4000 watts), weighs only 2/3rds of what the EU3000 weighs (with a max of 3000 watts).
It's really hard to beat a pair/trio of EU2000's.
User weather man is now Just_Joe
Just_Joe wrote:I'll put in a(nother) plug for the Yamaha EF2400iSHC.
Ours just made it through it's second summer without a hitch.
Our purchase was based on the fact that it's designed to start and run a 13.5BTU air conditioner (and does it at 5000' MSL!), which a single 2000i won't do...
Wrath wrote:I've seen examples where the generator is converted to run on propane.
Is this a good idea?
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