At least it will be a peaceful deaf,unless it catches on fire JFWY
I would think the exhaust hose being non water cooled ,that the rubber hose part will fail, Like a exhaust hose on the tail pipes to the header. if it looses water, they melt
Where the AC is in yours, mine looks to be close to the same size, I could do the same,How much weight do ya think you added up front??
Ive seen people while camping put the gen on the transom, Ive even had there gen, set off my CO2 alarm in my cabin while sleeping with the cabin door open.Its easy for it to get in the cabin,even with the door closed.Becarefull
This OL had the AC running and the hatch opened about 10 inches,I think I remember seeing a little Honda in there
congrats on your new addition.
Hope mom and baby are doing great.
I have four and know what is in store for you
I am a retired master tech,
I think it can work if you are smart about it.
The gas fumes should be no worse then the motors,
(you know the gas smell from your carbs)
just keep an eye out on the fumes,
Something we all should worry about while an enclosed generator is running.
Since I am new to this offshore stuff,
I try to think of it as a r.v. for the water.
If you need any help let me know as I work in Anaheim.
I also am a welder with benders and such,
so if you need a stainless steel exhaust let me know.
I am a little rusty but the price is right
Last edited by Panther; 04-10-2008 at 08:35 AM.
this is a nice unit also
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