Really like to start the onan from inside the camper. I use it for coffee in the morning and a bit of recharge if I stay more than a few days. I would bring my honda 2000 for cold wheater use, but again, maybe would be better to use a portable propane warmer.
Bigfoot 2008, 10.4, F350, 2006, Diesel 6.0, Black, 4x4, long box, Air lift, Rancho 9000, Rear sway bar.
I like the idea of burning clean and no gumming the carb with propane. Not sure I would want a propane tank on my front cargo basket. I guess running a line from the TC tanks with a quick connect would not be a big deal. Finding propane can be a problem at times but you always have the gas as backup. Might be a cool setup.
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You could not give me an Onan. Here is how I have my Honda setup. It is locked on by a large cable and my 6 gallon boat tank is on the opposite side. I also have the power cord connected and have run it going down the highway in pouring rain with no issues at all. It is VERY easy to reach down and start it and I have run 3 days 24hrs a day with the AC on without refueling. Love it! My baby Weber and other stuff are stored in the generator compartment.
#20, can you run AC, light and radio at the same time with your Honda? What model do you have?
Yes easily. The only thing I don't do is run the microwave and AC at some time. But I do run the AC and coffee pot at some time. Normally with just the AC on the 2000 runs at less than half speed. I think my AC is a 9200 but it has been so long I can't remember but it has never had to be run on high even in 100 degree temps and no shade.