EXACTLY the same here!
I just wired a 240 volt plug to feed both legs - there was enough room in there.
Plus you want to have the flexibility of plugging in a bigger, 240v. generator.
Saw some wood artistry on the way home from a restauant (Mio Bistro in Dorset, VT).
I think it was near Rupert, VT.
I was gonna put tubes in something or other, generator?, but then realized I didn't know how to take off the tires. I've done bicycle tires but...
I used Green Slime in a couple of things.
You wire up an adaptor. A 120v on one end and a 240v interlock on other end. The plug is wired as generally described above (they can be customer...
That's what I do.
Looks like thye have less of a tendency to twist around on the legs.
Had a fire last night and this morning. 36F outside.
We also have large and small generators.
When a storm is coming we run water into the bathtubs, and so can hold out for a couple of days before...
I have 5. I like them just fine. They don't have a screw-on top, if that's what you're looking for though. There's a mesh that's in the neck...
Fire going now...43 outside.
I have several of these:...
I thought E-Classic was their gasifier line?
Do they have more room for batteries because it's a two seater?
I found it interesting that the engine on the new Ariens snowblower I got at the end of the winter has a Briggs engine. I hope it lasts as long as...
I got a replacement hose at HD for 23 bucks.
I guess. I'll look next time I'm at HD.
I think it hit the exhaust. Can these hoses be fixed, or do I have to buy a whole new one? It's the standard plastic-type hose. Thanks.
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