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Natural Gas Generator


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12-29-07, 04:36 PM   #1  
Natural Gas Generator

Hi, I've seen these large units in home depot - usually power up to 12-18000 watts. Very expensive to buy and install. Not for me. I need about 6000W in all and was just going to buy a standard gas generator. Then I heard there may be an "inbetween" option?

-- A smaller sized generator that I can still hook up to my natural gas line? I dont need anything big, but like the idea of having it powered all the time with the gas line. And I will probably hook it up to an electrical sub panel.

Anyone know if this exists?

 
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01-27-08, 11:00 PM   #2  
You can go to this sight and find the size of generator you want, buy the generator and then order a kit from them or you can just oder the generator from.

uscar.com

 
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