mr1precision wrote:........Thought I'd show some pics of the gen set-up 13.5kw (very sweeet). Most people don't really care about this kind of stuff...........
I love stuff like that! That's is MINT! Not much to a generator when you take the engine away from it. I always wondered if I could rig one of those up to an axle on my truck in a pinch..
Those tractors are worth their weight in gold -- you can get pretty much anything done around the house. Hopefully by the time I retire I'll be able to afford one!
I took a ride to fill my gas grill tanks today & there are still wires & trees all over the road. Then as you go down in elevation.........NOTHING! Just like VigIIPeaBurner said , higher elevations got hammered, lower got rain & that's it. Typical New England weather!
Still waiting for power. My generator that I bought damaged, but new, from Cummins Tool has been cranking away non-stop for 2 days! I think it's earned it's $300 purchase price!
Someone dropped it out of a trailer truck & it broke the generator mounts right out of the housing & the gas tank was bashed in -- all the way in
! All I did was stick a rubber exhaust hanger under the rotor housing sideways, then, held my hand over the gas tank opening & blasted it up with compressed air. I think I ended up getting a couple extra gallon capacity!