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Change over any Coleman PM Series generator to run on propane or natural gas.
Our do-it-yourself change over kits allow you to run your Coleman PM Series gasoline generator on propane, natural gas, or all three. Your engine will last longer, start better in cold weather and even start next year when you go to use it in an emergency. The best part is, with one of our do-it-yourself kits you can change your engine from gasoline to propane or natural gas all by yourself.
Why use natural gas to power your generator?
If you have Natural gas available you would certainly agree that it is probably the most dependable fuel on earth. It seems that other than a severe earthquake, natural gas is always there. It does not gum up or go stale like gasoline.
Why use propane to power your generator?
If you have propane available you probably know you can store propane for years. It does not gum up, go bad, or pollute the air like gasoline does. Use the little bar-b-q grill type cylinders as shown above or up to the 1000 gallon ASME tanks.
Not convinced? Think about this.
Why would a generator manufacturer put a gasoline powered engine on an emergency backup generator? (1) Cheaper for them to buy. (2) Less expensive to install. (3) The most popular fuel. (4) Most people are not educated to the fact that an engine can be run on alternative fuel.
And there is more but the point is why keep using gasoline which is notorious for gumming up in the carburetor and will leave you with no power at all when you need it the most? So because gasoline engines are the least expensive type of engine to use they ignore the poor end-user that goes to use the engine a year later and because he forgot to exercise the engine every month now he can't get the thing to start.
That's the negative, but here are many of the benefits, and they are overwhelming:
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