My portable generator setup

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    RobAmy

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    Well last night we lost power for 5 hours and it was cold. Power came back on about 2am. The generator is to hard to move in the snow so I put it on the back of the gator and ran it from there. Worked out great. No easy task getting into the gator but very portable and I can use the dump bed to level it out

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    HARO Pondcrastinator

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    Gotta get me one of those! Not the generator, I already have one. (y)
    John
     
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    Nice vehicle.
    We finally retired our 25+ y/o Colman portable generator, and bought a Generac whole house generator in November. That assures we'll never have another power outage. ;)
     
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    You put the "portable" into portable there @RobAmy ! I love creative thinking!
     
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