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Re: [RC] Heaters in trailers - Truman Prevatt

I didn't even own a generator until the nasty 2004 hurricane season. I now have 2 of the Honda 2000's which can be run in parallel to out put 4000 watts which I carry with me now in the trailer.

Bur for 10 years with the LQ it ran just fine (including the heater) on batteries and a 60 watt solar panel on the roof. The solar kept the batteries charged just fine. You will love the solar and it's so much quieter. I doubt if you will ever have a fight break out because someone was running their solar ;-) .

generator all night, but I'm glad I'm not parked next to them, either. Once
I get solar hooked up, I'll probably need the generator a lot less.


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