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      Members Only Fluid Forum View   08/08/2017

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perchking

LP or Gas Generator

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I am building a new hunting shack next year, and I am looking to add some power. I am going back and fourth on weather or not to buy a LP Generator vs. a Gas powered generator. I know you can buy conversion kits for gas to convert to LP but I heard that was not a great idea. So would you go with gas or LP, and if you have a LP generator what do you think about it.

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Depending on the size of the generator, LP is a good option. I have converted them before with good results. I'm not sure what the reason would be that it isn't a good idea, its a very simple conversion. If it is going to be a permanent mount setup, its very nice to not have to mess around with filling the gasoline all the time. But, if you use it for other things, the portability of a gasoline generator is hard to beat.

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Perchking:

We have a Generac Guardian LP series.

Have had it for 2 years now with no problems so far. Reliable,extremely quiet when running. Main office of Generac, was very good to deal with when dealing with rebates and installation questions.

The model we have is a stand-by, with self test mode on it.

Hope this helps

Farmer

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