boight in Idaho, just across the border from Jackson Hole. Drove to TX
- Hard top
- Satin paint job
- 18k Warn Severe Duty Winch
- Air ride seats
- VIC 3 radio/intercom with cell phone adapter
- Bose noise canceling headphones
- Served in the trenches of...
On that note, I had a cargo cover that was worn to threads in parts. I painted up to the threads, then I wet a bedsheet with paint and laid it across the damaged area. Then rolled paint across the edges to make sure it sealed.
It has held up for 5 years and many 100’s of miles.
I tried to get a quote from another electrician. They wouldn’t do it. Said their company isn’t allowed to install interlock kits. They sell Generac and I guess they have some sort of agreement to only use Generac parts.
I had considered wiring it for a 20kw/100a generator. It wouldn’t hurt. Labor is the same, how much more could the wire be? $200 more?
I have to talk to the electrician anyway. I’m going to ask.
I realized that’s the cost to run it, it’s not just the wire cost. That’s their money on this job.
My fat azz ain’t pulling this run. Up 2 story, across a hot attic, back down and through brick and hook up. Nah. They can do that. I’ll stick to just pouring the slab.
I just took delivery of the generator and was thinking about this. I have neighbors and don’t want to run a generator any longer than I have to. I need some way of notifying me that my power has returned.
Ah, yes. One more thing. They do allow an interlock kit here, so I can choose my loads based on the season (AC in summer, more options in winter since I’m on natural gas). The electrician also said he would tell me the real amperage, start up load etc of all the favorite circuits.
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