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Honda EM6500sx 6500 watts Portable Generator with iGX Commercial Engine and Electric Start.

Honda EM6500SX - 6500 Rated Watts, 7000 watts for 10 Seconds Commercial Gas Generator with Electric Start

  • Honda's innovative iGX series engines deliver exactly what you've always wanted: a generator that is reliable with optimal performance.
  • These intelligent computer controlled engines operate automatically with much better, simpler and faster controls.
  • Provide alternative power to your furnace, fridge, freezer, sump pump and much more.
  • Low 73 dBA Sound Level.
  • Oil alert warning system shuts the engine down if oil reaches an unsafe operating level.
  • Fuel Tank Capacity: 6.2 gallons
  • Great for overnight power runs about 10.4 hours at 50% load, 6.9 hours at full load.
  • Honda Engine: iGX390 Commercial Engine - 389 CC
  • 120V / 240V Full Power Switch - can provide full power through any of the 120V outlets.
  • Convenient Electric Start makes starting this generator easy, recoil start for back up.
  • Wide, positive lock folding handles, Wheel Kit standard, and Reinforced standing legs.
  • USDA qualifed spark arrestor / muffler.
  • Plugs: 20A 125V GFCI Duplex (2), 30A 125V Locking Plug, 30A 125/250V Locking Plug.
  • Generator weight: 234 lbs.


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Ways To Enjoy The Backcountry In The Rain

If you spend any time at all in the backcountry, it will rain on you. Remember this - rain is a good thing; because without it there wouldn’t be much backcountry to enjoy. How you prepare for rain and how you handle yourself and gear in the rain, makes the difference between a great experience and a horrible one. Here are some great ideas for ensuring you enjoy the backcountry even when mother nature rains down on you.

Our best tips for enjoying the backcountry in the rain can be separated into two categories. The first pertains to being prepared for your next hike, camp or whatever else you love to do outdoors. Here are some of the best outdoor preparation tips:

  • Always check the weather forecast before you head out. Understanding the type of rain to expect may even determine whether you go or not. If the forecast calls for severe thunderstorms with tornados, you will probably plan differently than you might for scattered showers. Check before you go, and check when you’re there. A good weather radio is an essential piece of gear for backcountry recreation. Remember that you may not find cell phone service where you are going.
  • Store everything you take in re-sealable plastic bags, especially socks, matches, flares, food, maps and your first aid kit.
  • Pack your sleeping bag in a large plastic trash bag or a specially designed waterproof bag.
  • Pack a brimmed waterproof hat and jacket. Always have rain gear with you, even if it is only a large trash bag.
  • You might want to treat your tent, jacket, cap and back pack with waterproofing spray – even if they’re called “waterproof” to begin with.
  • For two weeks prior to your trip, be sure to take your multi-vitamins. You should be doing this regardless. A good immune system is an outdoor enthusiast’s best friend. And if you are on medications don't forget to take them with you.
  • So now you’re packed and out the door.

    Once you’re there, common sense and a few tricks of the trade will help you get through unscathed. Here are some of the best outdoor rain tips:

  • Never set up camp in a low lying area. Look for a durable surface which will allow water to run off more effectively.
  • Look for a campsite this is somewhat protected from wind, flooding and heavy rain fall. Under a group of small trees is ideal. Keep away from the tallest tree in the forest – that’s where lightning likes to visit.
  • Place a mat outside the tent door to collect debris. If you are base camping, the weight of the mat is not worth the benefit – so use rocks instead.
  • Do not touch the walls of your tent when it is wet. This will adversely affect the water resistant capability of the tent. That is – you can create a leak.
  • Use a good tarp under your tent. You should do this regardless of the weather, but when it’s raining it really becomes important.
  • Sleep. There’s nothing better than sleeping in a tent when the rain falls, especially if it is not a storm.
  • Check the forecast every hour. If the storm is worsening, you need to know about it. Did you bring along extra batteries for your weather radio?
  • Never hold a fishing pole during a lightning storm.
  • Emergency flares are excellent for igniting wet firewood.
  • Body heat is a precious element. Conserve and protect your body by keeping it dry on the outside and wet on the inside. Drinking water and staying hydrated becomes very important when body heat is being lost. Change into dry socks, get into your dry sleeping bag.
  • Keep an eye on your tent, the tent’s rain fly and the ropes/stakes holding your tent in place. Standing water and high winds are the enemy of your tent.
  • Remember this – when it rains on your plans, you’ll see fewer people and fewer insects. Some of the most remarkable times you’ll experience will be in the backcountry during a rain storm – it can be exhilarating! Doesn’t sound so bad after all – does it? Might even be fun.

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