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  1. ToolsandPowerTools

    ToolsandPowerTools Trader - Generator Sales

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    Well it's definetly soggy today.

    Just saying hello, I am a trader, please dont hate me :Blush:
    Am sure you can work out my speciailist area from the profiley thingymebob on the left.

    I look forward to participating in the forums :Smile:
     
  2. Jim

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    Hi, this is a forum for motorhome enthusiasts, your profile says you don't own one, are you looking to buy a motorhome or do you just want to sell generators? :Smile:
     
  3. slobadoberbob

    slobadoberbob Read Only Funster

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    Shame you do not have a motorhome

    Shame you do not have a motorhome:

    I think most RV and motorhome owners know where to get good deals on most things these days, either from established members with there own motorhomes who know what works for us or buy there equipment at the many shows we go to.

    So interested what you think you can tell us about a subject most know about?

    American RV;s mostly have built in factory generators. European motorhomes seem to have a lot of solar power or wind power units.. then a lot have generators they get from the shows at very good prices. A few buy on ebay.

    So still interested:Blush:in hearing how you are going to be a poster on the site without a motorhome? or are you considering the outlay to buy one?

    Suggest you contact Jim if you want to advertise .. as you can see from the side bars many companies do and pay for there adverts.

    Bob:Angry::Angry:
     
  4. ToolsandPowerTools

    ToolsandPowerTools Trader - Generator Sales

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    Well spotted :winky:, no I have no immeadiate intention of purchasing a motorhome, as much as I would love to they are unfortunatly beyond my financial means at the moment. However, I might have several weekends away in one over the coming months

    If you catch me publicly selling generators, feel free to give me a good slap on the wrists. What I do have is a degree of knowledge and expertise in the field which is of far more use being shared than locked away in my head.

    By the way I did email admin yesterday to inform them of my status so that I could be branded with the "Trader" mark as stipulated in your rules but as yet I have received no reply.
     
  5. ToolsandPowerTools

    ToolsandPowerTools Trader - Generator Sales

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    Thanks for the Warm welcome Bob
     
  6. slobadoberbob

    slobadoberbob Read Only Funster

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    please you cleared up the issue

    As a member (funster) I am pleased to see you cleared up the question which seemed to be in the air.

    We do not have a problem (well I do not) with someone not owning an RV or a motorhome. I agree they are very expensive.. but everyone has to start somewhere and who knows one day after you have used one (hired or borrowed) you may get the bug and find the funds to get one. It is a great past time and you make a lot of friends from joining in.

    It is always good to be able to ask members about issues in a motorhome, regardless if it is generators or something else.

    If you see a post you think you can help in then.. put a post in and see how you get on.

    I will welcome you you the site given your response and I am sure Jim will also, as will others .. but if anyone feels you are pushing your wares so to speak I am sure they will let you know.

    Anyway welcome

    Regards

    Bob:thumb:
     
  7. dylan

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    :welcome: from me :thumb:
     
  8. Jim

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    Hi, I have added the trader tag to your profile. Welcome to the Fun:thumb:
     
  9. carl65

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    We welcome any one who can give free help or advice :welcome: maybe to show your support you could put a add together to sell your wheres there, that way everyone wins :thumb:
     
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    Hi and welcome to the fun. I have an Kipor IG2600 that needs a replacement inverter board, got a secondhand one about please?
     
  11. carl65

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    Mind just had a thought about my Kipor ig2000 that keeps coughing and stopping and will not start any ideas i believe it has a new fuel filter ?
     
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    Welcome to the forum as a trader and member.

    Look forward to chatting with you.:winky:
     
  13. Snowbird

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    Firstly welcome to the fun:thumb: Secondly I don't see any more of a problem with having a genny expert on the forum than having a garage proprietor,satellite specialist,solar panel fixer uper or for that matter plumber or joiner.
    I can think of at leest 6 members who have problems with there generators at the moment,one of which is one of the administrators who has only a couple of days ago had to take his RV to a Cummins agent for generator repairs,at great cost I would imagine.
    Lets try to live and let live,am sure you will be a great asset to the forum and once again welcome.
     
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  14. JockandRita

    JockandRita Funster Life Member

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    Hi TandPT,

    Welcome to Fun.

    I could have done with some of your experienced input a few weeks ago, when struggling with our Electrolux 2.5 Kva Traveller. :winky:

    Cheers for now,

    Jock.
     
  15. slobadoberbob

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    Onan / Cummins Peterborough very helpful and not expensive

    I had need to consult with Onan / Cummins this week over my 4 kw Onan microlight .. lots of free help on the telephone.. very helpful people . Also know one of the RVOC members ..Ben took his in to the them and had a full service and repairs at £150 which is not a bad price considering how much spark plugs and filters cost on the yank generators. I certainly would use a main agent for my winnebago fitted generator.

    But those that have the one's with problems may well be able to get help from someone who is an expert.. Looking forward to see how you make out with your quests.

    Bob:thumb:
     
  16. carl65

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    seems like there could be a opportunity to fix a few peoples genies just a thought as i seem to remember there is only only 1 person who sells generators and now one that fixes them, or so i believe so may be worth hiring a motorhome and booking a few shows up ether end this year or booking up for next year think with your knowledge you should be booked up very quick, and of course MHF would get a discount. :Blush:
     
  17. Ralph-n-Bev

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    :welcomefunster:
    Im sure you'll fit in perfectly , welcome to the mad house. As said before there are a lot of traders etc who are members , and lots of folk without motorhomes too. If you can give out good advice , it will be welcomed whether you have one or not , i'm sure.:thumb:
     
  18. Stephen & Jeannie

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    Hee, hee !!

    Not a single moan about Hondas !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO:
    You get what you pay for !!!!
     
  19. JockandRita

    JockandRita Funster Life Member

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    The Electrolux Traveller 2.5Kva I mentioned having trouble with above..................is Honda powered. :winky:
    And I know of at least two others owners with the same genny, who have had problems. :Sad:


    Regards,

    Jock.
     
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