RIDGID 3,600-Watt Subaru 211 cc Gasoline Powered Portable Generator --- NEW *** ONLY $ 369 *** Contact Tom at 813-240-3615 or come see me at the OLDSMAR FLEA MARKET in the Antique Village, Unit # 7. HOURS are Tuesday thru Friday by Appointment. SATURDAY and SUNDAY from 9 ...
I have a brand new Coleman PM05450007 Portable Generator. It can supply 5,000 Watts with a 10 HP Briggs & Stratton engine. With the 6 Gal tank it can run for many hours. It has never been used and is brand new.
NEW - NEVER USED - BEEN HOUSED IN GARAGE
Enough power to run 4-ton A/C unit. Powered by 992 cc Generac OHVI V-Twin industrial-grade engine.
• 16-gallon capacity fuel tank with a 10-hour run-time
• easy electric start eliminates the need to pull a rope
• runs on gasoline ...
New RIDGID 6,800-Watt Yamaha 357 cc Electric Start Idle Down Gasoline Powered Portable Generator
Pawn Pros II, 25 Dickman Dr SE, Ruskin 33570, 813-649-1941. Open Mon-Sat 9am to 5:30pm, Sunday 11am-5pm. Credit cards accepted, we have layaway. Lots of bargins like this one, ...
New Frontier Industrial Generator 9000RC gasoline engine electric start
The 9000RC operates at 120 volt and/or 240 volt, single phase, 60 Hz and will operate devices that require up to 8400 watts (8.4 KW) up to 20 Amps at 120 Volts or 20 Amps at 240 Volts.
Pawn Pros II, 25 ...
I have a home Generac Guardian Series Air- Cooled Automatic Standby Generator 16KW 100 amp transfer switch. Automatic transfer switch It runs on natural gas or liquid propane 5 years old 50 hours if Runs once a week for 12 min on it's own to recharge the battery And turns ...
Troy-Bilt Model 1919-0, 5550 Watt/8500 Starting, 120/240 voltage, 10 hp Briggs and Stratton motor with less than 20 hours of run time.
Upgraded by adding the super heavy duty extension cord with multiple plug ins.
Has brand new tire inner tubes ~ ready to go!
Must pick ...
Portable Generator on wheels.
Briggs and Stratton 8 HP Engine
Four 110 volt outlets, One 220 volt outlet
Located in Mims, FL
Buy before next hurricane season! We may not be so lucky next year and power outages are inevitable. (Like 2004 for instance!)