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Old 02-22-2009, 02:41 PM   #1
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<span style="font-size:14pt;line-height:100%">HONDA EU2000iA SPECIAL</span>

I just talked with Ed at Wise Sales and he will extend his Honda Special to all our members. The Honda 2000 for $869. Free shipping and NO sales tax.

Make sure you mention FiberglassRV.com to get the Special.

I just ordered mine.
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Old 02-22-2009, 04:16 PM   #2
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I bought mine from Wise a few years ago, and them and that price are great!
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Old 02-22-2009, 07:07 PM   #3
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is 2000 strong enough to get the AC running?and the microwave?

just wondering

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Not at the same time, but shutting off the AC for three minutes is one of the sacrifices we must make! This model is what is typically used for Casita, etc. A/Cs.
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Thanks for posting this Mike!

Do you know if specials apply to other models?
Without A/C the EU1000i might be a better choice for some of us at nearly 1/2 the weight.
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Wow, Michael, that is a GREAT deal! for posting this info ... Are you gonna sell your Yamaha? D will probably be pondering the purchase of a Honda genset again. L 'n D
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is 2000 strong enough to get the AC running?and the microwave?

just wondering

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YES, the EU2000i can run either one. You can only run one at a time though. We turn our A/C off the run the microwave for a few minutes.
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Thanks for posting this Mike!

Do you know if specials apply to other models?
Without A/C the EU1000i might be a better choice for some of us at nearly 1/2 the weight.
YES, Talk to "ED". He has the juice to give you a deal. He did say he would deal on other models, including Yamaha, of generators.
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Wow, Michael, that is a GREAT deal! for posting this info ... Are you gonna sell your Yamaha? D will probably be pondering the purchase of a Honda genset again. L 'n D
Leslie, as you know we bought our 2400 Yamaha from Wise Sales about a year ago. We have used it a few times. Lori and I have decided we want to change our strategy. We are putting back the two large 7.5 gal propane tanks in order to have more capacity to run our refrigerator and a catalytic heater on propane. One regular 4.5 gal. propane tank is not enough. (another one of my strategy errors)

All this was decided when we decided to add a bicycle rack above the tongue box "dog house" similar to what we had on our Casita.

So, YES we hope to sell our EF2400iSC Yamaha at 50% off.
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Aha - about strategy ... the "learning curve"is still building for us, too! Some lucky RVer will be really pleased to have your 2400, too. L 'n D
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