Description

The Sportsman Gasoline 2000W Portable Generator helps you to power your various devices when you're far from an outlet. It runs on regular gasoline, so you can get fuel for it from any gas station. This Sportsman portable generator has two 120V outlets as well as a 12V DC outlet for charging batteries. You can take it to tailgate parties to run hotplates and TVs, to the jobsite or just keep it at home for use in emergencies. It can run for up to nine hours on a 50-percent load with just 1.2 gallons of fuel. A low-oil shutdown feature turns the motor off when there's insufficient oil to prevent it from overheating. It runs at fewer than 65 dB so you can comply with many local noise ordinances. Circuit protection defends your sensitive electronics from power fluctuations for added safety. Not for sale in the state of California.
Sportsman Gasoline 2000W Portable Generator:
Two 120V outlets
12V DC outlet for battery charging
Sportsman portable generator is ideal for tailgate parties, working away from outlets or emergencies
Can run for 9 hours with a 50% load on 1.2 gallons of gasoline
2000W generator surge capacity, 1400W running capacity
3.5 HP engine
4-stroke OHV, low oil shutdown
3600 RPM
Frequency: 120V/60Hz
Engine displacement: 94cc
Recoil start, circuit protection
Decibel rating: less than 65 dB
Fuel type: unleaded gasoline
EPA approved, non-CARB compliant/not for sale in California
Model# GEN2000
High Altitude Use: This generator is not recommended for high altitude use above 3,000 feet.
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Looks like a nice genny for the money.. rating a little under what I'd like to see though.. liek see about 1600 running watts.

To bad it's not LP/Gas dual fuel.

So 4 stroke.. that means I don't have to worry about adding oil to the gas like a 2 stroke mix then?
That's one of the things I hate about most gen's around this price.

Even if you have gas better have enough 2 stroke mix or you're screwed.

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Why cant I buy it in California?

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Probably some emissions rule it doesn't meet or certification the manufacturer didn't think worthy of getting.

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Walmar site reviews are mixed.

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