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7000 watt generator FS

Discussion in 'Buy / Sell / Trade - Other' started by TacoDell, May 8, 2013.

  1. May 8, 2013 at 3:53 PM
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    TacoDell

    TacoDell [OP] Truck ~n~ Tow

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    I have a lightly used American Tool Exchange 7000 watt generator FS
    Electric start / pull, rolling cart./unleaded fuel.
    Maybe 10 hours use by PO

    Was traded to my mother, for her old chev truck.
    She has moved to a retirement home and doesn't need nor want it.
    Instead she will need any cash that can be had.

    It runs 6000 watts continuous... 120/240v +DC outlets
    Comes with the owners manual.

    specifications:

    AC Output
    Rated wattage: 6000
    Surge wattage: 7000
    Rated voltage: 120/240v
    Amperes: 20a/30a
    Rated frequency: 60hz
    Phase: single

    DC Output
    Voltage: 12v
    Amperage: 8.3
    Dimensions: (in) L=28.94 W=21.26 H=23.23

    Single post/nut terminal: for grnd/earth rod

    Engine: 188F
    4strk OHV single cyl. forced air cooling
    Ign: non-contact transistor
    Displacement: 389cc
    Fuel tank Capacity: 25L(6.6US gal)
    Oil capacity: 1.1L(37fl oz)

    Run time on 50% load: 15hrs

    It is a cart on wheels with two fold up handles.
    It's heavy (under 200lbs)... but two adults can lift it...
    A single person can roll it easy tho'

    Yeah it's one of those chinese import generators...
    of the likes you can buy at Harbor Freight/Northern Tool/ HD/ Lowes... etc.

    But it should do somebody a service.
    and at an affordable price...
    If it is something they might have need for.
    I have no want or need for this generator.

    Bad: I got it with a dead battery.
    I'm charging that currently to check it's condition.
    Will clarify it's function whence that is tested.
    Edit: Battery was found to be dead (requires replacement)

    This is only available for local sale...
    and would require pick up in Hemet, CA.

    My asking price will be $ 600.
    But may entertain any reasonable offer.

    PM if you have interest.

    Video of it running...

    http://youtu.be/tjzLfycj9YM

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    Last edited: May 9, 2013
  2. May 8, 2013 at 6:04 PM
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    scotrinaf

    scotrinaf Well-Known Member

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    $600 seems alwful cheap for this, you ought to be able to move it quick at that price... GLWS! :)
     
  3. May 9, 2013 at 6:08 AM
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    anotherreject

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    Im not familiar with generators, how much stuff could i run off if this during a power outage?.....free bump
     
  4. May 9, 2013 at 9:31 AM
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    TacoDell

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    Purdy much everything...

    a common bulb will use only 75 watts and no surge.

    An electric water heater (40gal) is one of the worst...
    Sucking up 4000 watts... but no surge.

    Another greedy power sucking device...
    might be a portable air condition unit at the window...
    = 1200w cont./1800w surge

    'nother example... Refrigerator/freezer
    = 800w cont./1200w surge.

    The manual has a whole host of examples listed.

    some devices like a air compressor = 1500w cont.
    but will surge to as high as 3000w.

    so devices that may have a high surge load need be given
    special attention.

    Thanks for the bump :)
     
  5. May 9, 2013 at 11:33 AM
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    scotrinaf

    scotrinaf Well-Known Member

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    You could easily run all your lights and refrigerator/freezer, plus a couple additional small appliances like a microwave, coffee maker, etc. with no problems...
     
  6. May 9, 2013 at 5:52 PM
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    TacoDell

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