What on earth is this!??

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  1. Boo

    Boo Read Only Funster

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    Before I picked my Winni up the garage went through all the bits and bobs on her with me including starting the generator.............it was all too much to take in and I thought it was a Honda genni.

    Well I opened THAT locker today for the fist time and look what I found: :Eeek:

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    What on earth is it?? its bigger than my car engine :Eeek:

    It has 2 x 240v and 2 x 110v plugs............one big and one smaller of each.
    Does this mean I can run both powers together?? :Smile:

    Thanks

    Boo
     
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    Oh!! well I never............Thought Honda was red?
    And cheers for that dude..................It looks like it could light up Blackpool :Eeek:

    Boo

    P.S. and look at the price .................£1299.00
     
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    Nice bit of kit, dont complain!:Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1:

    Peter
     
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    Quite a few genny manufactures use Honda power.. nice bit of kit if you need all that power :Cool:

    I sold a Honda powered 4.5kva genny because it was a bit noisy and bought the Honda EU20i .. won't power everything but I only use it for charging ..
     
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    Well they always say. If your gonna have one hav-a bigun.:Smile::Smile::Smile::Smile::Smile::Smile:

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    So it WILL run everything cool! :Laughing:

    Once I start it can I slide it back in?

    Boo
     
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    Oh I'm all for Biguns :Wink:

    Boo
     
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    Hmm.. depends if it gets enough cooling or not, it's not designed for running in a locker so it may overheat.. gennys designed for locker spaces have air air ducts to assist air flow ... you may be able to, but keep the locker open.. only one way to find out
     
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    hi Boo..i have something similar but i dont like it that close to the ground ,what is the clearance and is there legal limit???
     
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    17 inch clearance to the base plate mate :Wink:

    Boo
     
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    flipin ek...mine is 7" and thats the original housing
     
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    Yes mine is flush with the locker floor so boarding ferries shouldn't be a problem :Smile:

    Boo
     
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    hi....mine is at the front but only 7" of floor .have been on an off ferry with it no probs.
    can any c class owners let me know what Clarence they have?
    dave
     
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