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  1. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Hi, friends, I am thinking of investing in a generator, and have heard really good things about Honda small engines; but, they are also expensive. I am wondering if a good compromise is the Black Max generator, from Sam's Club, powered by a Honda engine...
  2. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Hey everyone, I have a question for y'all as I would like some help thinking this threw. I currently have a Honda EU2000i and when I bought it I knew that I would eventually want to get a second unit so I could run them in parallel and double my output. I'm getting ready to make this second...
  3. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I want a small generator. Probably just 1000 watt. I only want to run my propane wall heater (igniter and fan) in a winter power outage or my chest freezer if the outage happens in summer. Neither of them is over 100 watts running but with start up surge of course. I know Honda would be the best...
  4. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    We do not have a generator as of yet but look to buy one soon. Do you have any one brand that you prefer? Budget will be an issue but I want a decent one that will last.
  5. Urban Survival
    The 1000 Watt honda seemed like a logical choice for a small quiet fuel efficient generator for the out Vehicle...LOL Anyway coupled with a drop line to a second LP tank having a generator greatly extends the run time for onboard appliances. Figure if I gotta bug out might as...
  6. Urban Survival
    Honda makes a dual generator set-up. This means the two generators can be connected to almost double the output. Each generator can put out 2000 watts. Connected together, they put out somewhere around 3500 watts. I think some wattage is lost in the cascade, so its less the 2,000 + 2,000...
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