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30 gal propane bottle and regulator. FREE! Only catch is it's 5/8 full and propane goes with. Going all electric (so NoGas really will apply!) and no longer need bottle/regulator. Located in Phoenix. PM if interested.
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Would love to have it. The only problem is I'm in Oklahoma. Somebody local should jump at this deal!
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Mike H - Is a package deal. But will keep you in mind in case I have to do Ron's global warming technique, and scrap or junkyard it.

John - Hate the thought of scrapping it! With 30 gal you could boondock a long time in an FC. RT is about 1700 mi. At 30 mpg that's roughly $150 in fuel (car not BB). Without propane, the tank would fit in a back seat or trunk unless you drive a Fiat
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Nice start on a propane injection system
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Really like your idea, just wanted to know what type of cooking top you will be using, thanks.
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Really like your idea, just wanted to know what type of cooking top you will be using, thanks.
Went with this one due to its size and lower cost. Kenyon, Summit and True were all considered but size of each was too small in one dimension requiring countertop patch, if I wanted to mount them flush with the surface. With each of those one dimension was also to large to mount as a drop into the existing well. Eurodib matches size of old range almost exactly (I hope) and plan is to replace old gas model in its well leaving countertop unmodified. Is a 240V model so that will mean it will not run on the inverter for boondocking which is ok since we don't use the stovetop much. If needed can always start generator and it is much faster since it has higher power output. Cost was also much better than other induction models. Will do a post later on its install as I plan on working on it today...

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Van,

I hope your Powertech generator is different than mine. The one in my coach has two 50 amp 120 volt circuits, but they are the SAME PHASE. I do not have 240volts from red to black. I would certainly check before you do your installation.
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30 gal propane bottle and regulator. FREE! Only catch is it's 5/8 full and propane goes with. Going all electric (so NoGas really will apply!) and no longer need bottle/regulator. Located in Phoenix. PM if interested.
I'm on it..
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Van,

I hope your Powertech generator is different than mine. The one in my coach has two 50 amp 120 volt circuits, but they are the SAME PHASE. I do not have 240volts from red to black. I would certainly check before you do your installation.
Thanks Jim! Sadly our PTs are the same. Knew inverter does that but didn't realize gen is the same. Obviously being able to use it on shore power only not a good thing. Can return it but was excited to find one that fit perfectly size-wise, is well built and at very good price too. May try contacting manufacturer to see if there is a "fix". Stay tuned...
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