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Good on you, for coming back and posting that outcome! I've had very good dealings with Champion customer service, and also got a few freebies sent, that they did not have to do.

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We have the dual fuel 8000w and it is a workhorse. Our kids have been using it for the past 6 weeks or so. My only complaint is it is LOUD...

Bought it several years ago at Costco for about $570...


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RockyMt wrote:

I never had a problem getting work/parts for Honda Generators.
I never had to get parts for my Honda generators.

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The reason to get a Honda generator. Honda is here to stay.

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TXiceman wrote:

The reason to get a Honda generator. Honda is here to stay.

Ken
Many people said the same thing about Montgomery Wards and Sears.

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Many people said the same thing about Montgomery Ward and Sears.
So what's your Honda beef?

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colliehauler wrote:

Many people said the same thing about Montgomery Ward and Sears.
So what's your Honda beef?
Don't have one, own several Honda products. A lot of Honda products were made by Kymco a Taiwanese company. In fact that's how Kymco got it's start in 1962. KYMCO also make products for BMW. Do you think Honda builds all there products?

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Do you think Honda builds all there (their) products?
I have no idea and don't really care.

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TXiceman wrote:

The reason to get a Honda generator. Honda is here to stay.

Ken
Many people said the same thing about Montgomery Wards and Sears.


All I know is Honda provides support nation and world wide, if you should need it and the Hondas have worked great for better than 7 years....always start and run.

As per the OP, he can't get support for his Champion.

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TXiceman wrote:

colliehauler wrote:

TXiceman wrote:

The reason to get a Honda generator. Honda is here to stay.

Ken
Many people said the same thing about Montgomery Wards and Sears.


All I know is Honda provides support nation and world wide, if you should need it and the Hondas have worked great for better than 7 years....always start and run.

As per the OP, he can't get support for his Champion.

Ken
Maybe you should read the entire thread before commenting. If you did you would see Champion went above and beyond for service.

I have no issue with Honda and have purchased several products through the years from them.

I would not hesitate to purchase a Champion generator as well. I don't need to since my RV'S have built in Onan's.

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