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Old 08-29-2022, 06:55 AM   #21
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also, that pipe gets really hot running the generator....ask me how I know...burned my shin pretty good once fooling with stuff in the compartment.

Lol, that is something I would do
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Old 08-29-2022, 08:18 AM   #22
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Lol, that is something I would do
I have very nice scar to prove it and remind me ...but seriously...something to think about if you have little kids running around or a pet.
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I have very nice scar to prove it and remind me ...but seriously...something to think about with little kids running around.

Good point, although we are past the little kids age, lol. I have run it very little, mostly to exercise it. I think I have 2.8 hours on it.
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Old 08-29-2022, 09:46 AM   #24
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Refer back to post #17. That is a factory install and it sits just under the bedroom slide
Crawling around underneath it last nightI thought I could relocate the hanger and move the exit piont closer to the jack where maybe I could hook a Genturi type device on to it.
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also, that pipe gets really hot running the generator....ask me how I know...burned my shin pretty good once fooling with stuff in the compartment.
Ouch. I had some one leave some melted sneaker once on my Harley tailpipe. That took some elbow grease to remove.
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I would call this 6 inches, my wife would say 3....factory 2020 Talon Toyhauler.
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i would call this 6 inches, my wife would say 3....factory 2020 talon toyhauler.
Too Funny, if that was meant to be funny
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if its propane, not much harmful gas comes out of the generator. lot better than using cook top or oven inside of camper.
I think if you put a combustion analyzer near that exhaust you'd find extremely high levels of CO even on propane. That said we have a genny as well. The exhaust pipe sticks out an inch or two.
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Josparkz- I wouldn't like it either.
I'd be inclined to take it to a real muffler shop and let them figure it out. They might just want to bend it. Shouldn't cost too much.
It sure seems to be in the way.

Of course, after you get through with the dealer....don't want to hurt his/her feelings!
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My 2018 Greyhawk with front slide on drivers side. My generator is mounted under slide with the exhaust pipe coming out 4 inches past the exterior wall ,,we sleep with generator running at nighttime when necessary and have no problems. We also have a monitor mounted approximately 6 inches off the floor in the kitchen…If you are still worried about fumes you could get a Parakeet like coal miners did……Or get a piece of flex exhaust pipe to slide up on the exhaust pipe and let lay on the ground…..
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That length of pipe probably exceeds the max trailer width of 102 inches. That could take That trailer off the road.
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