Honda 2000 propane gas conversion:
A few different make conversion kits... and after a bunch of research I went with Propane carbs: 1-877-425-8383
It was a little fiddly to do myself - but someone who was more mechanically minded than me would find it easy.
I took my time, and did give them a call once to have them walk me thru one step.
It consistently starts on the first few pulls, and fits in a large Tupperware type bin I bought at HoneDepot.
The big plus for Propane + Honda 2000 conversion kit is:
It can still run on gasoline if need be……. but I have NEVER put gasoline in the 2000.
We live in an earthquake zone (SoCal) and a generator is a good thing to have!
Gasoline goes stale and bad in 6-ish months… so I did not want to have to keep gasoline around, and also have to rotate it….
We always have 3 bottles around… and propane NEVER goes stale.
Plus I can securely strap the 2000 into the back of our SUV tug, and there is zero smell, as it has never had gas in it.
When we boondock we sometimes take the Generator, but just end up leaving it in the tug the whole time. It is insurance.
Did I mention that I REALLY hate battery acid and hydrometers?
so this is why I’m leaning towards one sealed AGM, adding roof solar, plus a tap to get into the system with my portable solar panels, plus we have the 2000 propane generator.
If i was to get the dual 6 volt wet - I know they go under the dinette seat…..
if I was to NOT get the dual 6v…. where does the single 12 v go?