We have a 96 Damon Intruder that we never take the batteries out of because in the winter we fire it up and take it to Walmart to shop.Its a good idea to start it up and run it around a little bit. Keeps the oil and grease mixed good on the metal parts and gives the motor and transmission seals some lube. Remember " Beware of old rv's with low mileage."Motors and transmission were made to work and not lay idle.
If it is stalling and not throwing a breaker, the genset needs help- a tuneup, carb cleaning, new fuel filter, decarboning, clean the spark arrestor,etc. It should be able to keep running to supply enough current to trip the output breakers.
Sounds good thanks Chris
Unpopular comment coming: Presumably you're boondocking and want to run 2 AC's? Perhaps you need to seek an alternate hobby/lifestyle.
The owners manual says it can be done on genny only. Why would it say that when presumably it can be done.. Think I'll take it in for a tune up. That probably won't work either. No big deal since we seldom use it. Just was wondering why it won't do what its supposed to do..Thanks for trying
I have a 5000 watt Koehler gen. that is supposed to be able to run 2 (13000 btu a/c's at the same time. But when I try it drags the genny down all the way and it stalls. I have tried turning on one at a time but no luck. Other than that the gen. works just fine.. Any ideas ?
I like Hankook. I have about 12,000 on mine and like them. Will know more after winter and see how they do on snow. Very aggressiive tread. I have a 2008 F250. I changed my tires out at 50,000 miles. My PU came with Goodyear.
X-2 on Hankooks