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2,500-Watt Gasoline Powered Portable Generator with Briggs & Stratton Engine

2,500-Watt Gasoline Powered Portable Generator with Briggs & Stratton Engine

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  • $ 32999


Produces clean and instant power to keep appliances and other important electronics running during a power outage . Power surge alternator produces 25-percent more surge wattage so you can run large appliances and tools at the same time . Briggs & Stratton brand 900 powerbuilt OHV 196 cc engine . 3 gal. metal fuel tank for 10-hours of continuous operation at 50-percent load on a full tank . High Quality Protection Plan:

The PowerBoss 030628 2500-Watt Gas Powered Portable Generator is perfect during a power outage or natural disaster. The Power Surge Alternator protects against home and appliance surges. This unit features a Briggs & Stratton Brand Engine that produces 9 ft. lbs. of torque. Features a multi-featured control panel and (4) standard 120-Volt 20-Amp outlets to power tools and other outdoor equipment. This generator has all the bells and whistles to get the job done, including a low oil shutdown, fuel gauge and workhorse of an engine. Measures 23.2 in. (L) by 17.5 in. (W) by 17.8 in. (H) and weighs 101 lbs. Technical information: 2500 running Watts, 3500 starting Watts, 120-Volts, 20.8-Amps. Muffler and recoil start type standard. This generator is rated in accordance with CSA and rated in accordance with PGMA standards. All power levels are stated gross torque at 2600-RPM per SAE J1940 as rated by PowerBoss. All power levels are stated gross horsepower at 3600-RPM per SAE J1940 as rated by PowerBoss. The PowerBoss 030628 2500-Watt Gas Powered Portable Generator comes with a 2-year limited consumer warranty to protect against defects in materials and workmanship. For reliable, hardworking power equipment, consumers have turned to PowerBoss to get the job done right. PowerBoss offers products direct to the consumer at a reasonable price and has built a reputation for being the best in the power equipment industry and tackling the toughest projects.

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