Ford Portable Generators

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Ford is a world-famous car company but they also make power tools including portable generators. Their generators are known for being rugged, reliable and affordable. They aren’t silent generators, but they are much quieter than big Honda, DeWalt and CAT machines that cost over $3000. They are perfect for camping trips and tailgating.

The Ford FG2200iS is a gas-powered inverter generator that delivers 2,200 starting watts and runs at only 59 dB. It has a variety of outlets including two 120 volt AC outlets and a 12 volt car charger outlet. The generator is also equipped with a low oil shutoff, so you can safely leave it unattended for long periods of time. It is EPA and CSA certified for use in the US (except California) and Canada. Find out

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This dual fuel generator comes with a gas and propane tank. It can run for up to 10.5 hours at half load on 6.6 gallons of gasoline. The generator has a handle, no-flat tires and zinc coated rust resistant axles to help you transport it. It can be used with a wide range of appliances, but it is best for lights, televisions, refrigerators and small appliances.

The Westinghouse WGen7500DF is a little lighter than the Ford FG11050PBE, but it’s still a heavy machine. The WGen7500DF weighs 194 LBS and has 10″ wheels for easy transport. It has the same features as the Ford model, including a handle, no-flat tires and a zinc coated rust resistant axles. It uses a 457cc OHV engine and can be powered by either gasoline or liquid propane. It has a digital hour meter to keep track of maintenance intervals and a circuit breaker that protects against overloading.