Generac 6000 LP3250 Review

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Anyone who does not want to line up at the gas pumps when the big storm hits, may want to consider the Generac 6000 LP3250 Liquid Propane Generator for the easy convenience and long-term storage of stable, clean-burning propane.   There are lower emissions than for gasoline, but the fuel stability over months of storage means that you can be prepared a year ahead of any power outages.

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Generac 6000 LP3250 Liquid Propane Generator is for around $600. That includes a quart of oil, the wheel kit and frame, and a two-year residential or one year commercial warranty as well.

If you are looking for a highly portable propane powered generator for outages or regular mobile use, you might be interested in the Generac 6000 LP3250. One of the nice things with liquid propane fuel for your generator is that you will not be lining up at the gas pumps with everyone else at the last minute when the storms hit.

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  • Runs on clean easy to find and store propane gas
  • LP tank is mounted on the generator cart and moves with the unit
  • Fairly large unit

The most obvious feature of this well-designed generator is the easy to transport design. It has thick metal tubing for reinforcement and also for more portability. The wheels and 9.5 inch diameter and have a solid never-flat design. This LP generator will run off either at 20 or 30 pound liquid propane bulk tank which is stored in the actual cart. This makes fueling up very convenient and efficient and the stability of the fuel means that you will not be ruining carburetors with aged gasoline.

The engine is a 212cc OHV Generac motor which is designed for fuel-efficient the and reliable running. It gives out a 3250 W running power, with a 3750 W surge capability, so plenty of power for the basics. The engine also comes with a convenient low oil shutdown mechanism, to protect the engine when oil levels get too low to safely use.

Your power comes from the covered outlets that have circuit breaker connection. They include two 5-20R (20 Amp)120V and one L14-20R (20 Amp) twist-lock receptacles.

You can always buy a gasoline powered generator and get a conversion kit for it, but why go to that trouble when you could have a portable, reliable propane powered machine that is designed to be efficient with the propane gas. 600 bucks. This is a good buy for powering the basics when the power is out, and is portable enough for many outdoor uses.

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