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Old 09-05-2017, 10:46 PM   #1
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Adding a generator cabinet to enclosed

I have a 02 us cargo that I use for racing. The trailer is awesome but needs some updates. This winter i plan on doing new floor covering. Generator cabinet and fixing a few odds and ends and building some cabinets upfront. The only thing I am not sure on doing yet is the generator cabinet. Has anyone here ever done one or paid to have one done? Thanks. Click the image to open in full size.Click the image to open in full size.
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Old 09-06-2017, 07:38 AM   #2
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well I put a hitch receiver on the front of my truck and built a little rack to put it there. just run the cable plug back to the trlr. unless ya get a high dollar gen the unit will shake the hell out of yer trlr . idk if yer sleeping in it but that's a pita . I haul a 6500 coleman out front pulling a 30 ft toyhauler and it don't overheat or cause any problems...
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well I put a hitch receiver on the front of my truck and built a little rack to put it there. just run the cable plug back to the trlr. unless ya get a high dollar gen the unit will shake the hell out of yer trlr . idk if yer sleeping in it but that's a pita . I haul a 6500 coleman out front pulling a 30 ft toyhauler and it don't overheat or cause any problems...


I work for cummins and have been able to patch together a onan that is self isolated and is very tough to feel. At a great price of free I have a hard time not using it. Saved time at the track being able to just hit the button and go.
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