Because of their reputations as emergency-response machines, one of the most popular uses for gas-powered generators is often overlooked.
Generator sizes and designs go well beyond the large, stationary kinds used as backups. Far from being near-permanent home fixtures, portable generator designs offer gas-to-electric power for applications outside of the home, and not all of those applications are necessarily work-related.
The Kawasaki brand of small engines and power products offers great examples of generator models that are made to accommodate that time-honored summer activity–RVing.
When it comes to recreating in style and comfort, nothing quite beats having a well-suited portable generator to recharge those RV batteries, to power extra appliances, or even to light up your camping area at night.
The Kawasaki GE2900A is exactly the kind of power vacation tool we’re talking about. The GE2900 is portable, can deliver up to eleven hours of continuous operation, 2400 watts of continuous power, and weighs just over one hundred pounds.
If this kind of power equipment application sounds like it’s up your alley, then allow us to offer any RVers out there some quick generator advice that will ensure that your high-octane holiday goes off without a hitch.
Even though a good road trip depends on the principle of thorough planning, it’s really easy to forget about all the parts that a generator might need to keep running smoothly while you’re out on the open trail.
Since a well-used generator might call for repairs or maintenance at any time–as any machine can–we recommend that vacationers pack a few spare generator parts along for the ride.
Here are a few generator parts that might save your vacation from coming to halt:
* a spark plug
* air filters
* oil filters
* a new start cord
* a backup power cord
These common generator replacement parts can be installed pretty much anywhere. Just make sure to bring along some hand tools to help you work on the generator’s engine.
We offer our signature parts ordering and shipping services for Kawasaki powered products, including Kawasaki Generator Parts.
A home power outage with a busted generator and no parts to fix it would be more than inconvenient. Not being able power your RV’s mini fridge at the campsite might be a tragedy.