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    Using your CUCV as a generator

    There is an endless amount of joke material here that I'm passing on. Wanted to let you know. 🤣 I would think that an inverter would be primarily powering AC devices only while running without a house battery bank. When I camp I'm a snob and will only drink drip coffee. I have a small machine...
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    Using your CUCV as a generator

    Cool I do a segment on a show called The Survival Podcast. There used to be a guy who said the same thing on the show years ago. I never knew where it originated from. Sounds military... Tow bar is on the list. I have a CUCV and my square Burb has all the CUCV bumpers. I'd like the ability to...
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    Using your CUCV as a generator

    Inverter is great to have in general. My concern is buying a 24v unit it wouldn't work with normal 12v vehicles. But I'm guessing you would permanently mount it. I don't know if Id go through the trouble of making a PTO generator. Probably would just buy a used standby or light tower for that...
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    Using your CUCV as a generator

    Not sure why you need that...my M1031 came with a generator 🤣 I would think the stock system at 24v is good to about 3k watts off idle. Anything more you are really taxing your alternators and discharging the starting batteries.
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