Thanks for the input. I did check out the Harbor Freight generators when I was looking. I decided to go with a 2000 watt to keep it under 50 lbs because of back issues. Used to throw 100 Lbs around like it was nothing, now not so much.
Maintenance is a very good point. In fact yesterday I did the yearly oil change thing for my snow blower, lawn tractor, power washer and the generator I am giving to my son. I use the stabilizer and run stuff every month. I also have fuel shut offs on everything so I can run the carb dry. The WEN I just ordered also has a fuel shutoff, which was something that was on my list when I was shopping. Going to check out your video today. Thanks.
Good idea. I took a bike lock cable,ran it through the top of both tanks and around the frame of the tongue. I figure you could get it off with a bolt cutter but there are easier targets around for the thefts.
I was lucky and the studs in the way were 18" on center so I was able to use them to attach the bars. Had that not been the case my original plan was to remove one of the wall panels and but a backer board behind it to attached the bars to.