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propane conversion kits for generators

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Out of curiosity any of you guys doing this?! Seems like a no brainer unless I'm missing something... I have a honda 2000 and I feel like this could be a good idea any thoughts?!

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I would stick with gas, it's cheaper and easier to deal with. I do have a propane auger and I really like that with my wheelhouse, it fires right up, it's not cold blooded or sesitive to gas/oil mix like my old 2 stroke auger was. But you get up north and propane prices can get pretty high when you need a refil at some of those small stations. I even use a small electric heater in my house now during the day when my generator is running to keep from having to burn propane.

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