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Better, Quieter Generator

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Is there a better, quieter, and less inexpensive 2000 watt generator on the market than the Honda EU 2000i

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I dont believe so! cool.gif

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There are a lot of them that are cheaper. However, I do not think you can find a quieter one for less money.

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I haven't seen it my self but I have seen ad's and heard of people saying that generators made with a Subaru engine are a bit more quiet, at least it's something you can look into. I thought northern tool carried them but am not sure.

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Cabelas has some Yamahas on display and they claim to be quieter, price is more or less same...SCARY !!!

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I've got the subaru in 10 HP bout the same as hondas noise engine is suppose to be better longer running less oil.I do know it uses less gas than honda. 1- 5 gal can lasts 13-14 Hrs with low drain compared to old honda started it in AM had to refuel by 2PM running same tools and drain.Well not a full 5gal but 3&1/2-4Gal by 2PM

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Thanks for that information. Now, is there a sponsor or retailer that may have the best price on this unit. I believe that I can't go wrong buying one. Thanks

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If your talking about the Honda EU2000, send me your email and I can lead you in the right direction on your purchase. kmaki16298@aol.com

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Hey Dave. I sent ya two emails on the honda info and both came back to me via the mailer deamon. Not sure what is going on with it.

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No. grin.gif

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Sorry about that, please try again

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Thanks for all the information. Greatly appreciated

(Now, is there a sponsor or retailer that may have the best price on this unit. I believe that I can't go wrong buying one.)

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Please reread the email I sent you. I would be suprised if you find any cheaper prices. But ya never know. Junky..

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