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Read this entire thread for starters.

Here is a post about installing a Honda in an existing generator box...https://www.rv.net/forum/index.cfm/fuseaction/thread/tid/20038531/print/true.cfm

Here is a USA made sound box...https://www.zombie-box.com/

Proceed at your own risk.

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[image]Here is one made of wood!  There is no link and Photo Bucket has ruined the pictures. 

 

 

https://photos.google.com/share/AF1QipNtvEg0a8PqycKSEw0m5gS62qOH7Lr28aCPYRUY1E-5KTHHiYHm_zAhZz7_xbYciQ/photo/AF1QipMFjuJnlNf-3Uyys6grNIMCp-Nz4HTZQQWdsbhP?key=YTZrWHhLU0VrOWFnakV4el9jMXJodi1ISVItaGFR

 

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14 hours ago, Maineah said:

There is a reason motorhome generators take fuel from the vehicle tank. 

I have seen auxillary gas tanks for generators on some RV's,  not common.  Holiday Rambler and I think Lesharo are 2. 

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I did not read this whole post.   Experimenting with mine I found that separating the exhaust from the warmed cooling air raised the temperature of the generator.  I do not recall how much  as it was some time ago, but enough to cause concern and I scrapped the idea.  Does not make any sense but that is what happened. 

 

I have about 40 pictures of the temp gauge when experimenting but no idea which is which??

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I think the only thing that burns better than an RV is a boat.

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