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Old 08-18-2015, 04:32 AM   #11
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The best part I like about having the two Hondas is the size for storing in a compartment and the low weight factor making them easier to carry one at a time.

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Old 08-18-2015, 07:22 AM   #12
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The Champion 3100 investor generator is also about 85 lbs and rolls on wheels with a folding handle. Mine came with the 12 volt charge cord, spark plug wrench, oil funnel and RV plug and has the 12 volt cig socket. It runs my 13500 btu AC unit with no problem. It also has the Eco mode where the contractor ones do not I also have a Champion 2000 watt invertor generator as well that I use when I do not need AC just for charging the battery ( bought this one when we had our tent trailer and bought the 3100 went we bought our new TT back in 2012 to be able to run the AC when we dry camp)
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