Yes Dan, I took a truck tool box, mounted it to the back of my fifth wheel and installed my Honda 2000i in it. I cut a large fresh air intake on the back of the box, two smaller holes for exhaust fans, and another for the exhaust pipe. Then I wired an exterior outlet to the box. I can run it for hours with the lid closed. When the interior of the box reaches 90+ degrees, the twin exhaust fans kick on, drawing cool air over the genny from the cold air intake and removes the warm air in the box. Have been using this for a couple of years without problem. The genny is secured in the locked box with a metal strap and another security cable to keep honest people honest.
exhaust fans and thermostat
exterior outlet and exhaust port
My first Wife Linda, 45+years
2004 F-450 CC, DRW 6.0 Classy Chassis Upgrade
Bulletproof Diesel upgrades
1997 33' Alpenlite
400 Watts Solar
Lifetime Good Sam Member #39644174
Vietnam Vet '67-'68
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A number of us on the Montana forum have built racks for the rear end of our pickups. Here's a link to some pictures of my version http://s1221.photobucket.com/albums/dd467/DQDick/Truck%20Rack/ The thing on the right side in the canvass bag is our tripod stabilizer. The little propane tanks are for our grill. I just get a couple of bank canvass bags from the bank when they wear out, keeps my tool box and tailgate from being scratched.
Dick and Joyce
2010 Montana 3665RE
Dodge 2500HD Maxi Cab Laramie Edition
Diego, Norm, & Bitsy