Posted by ArkanDan on January 28, 2013 at 05:16:25 from (18.104.22.168):
Got a Hobart Champion 10k Welder/Generator with an Onan OHV 20½ HP V-Twin motor. Wanting to convert it from gasoline to propane and would appreciate any legitimate advice for making this happen. They've got kits, but seems they have to do the mating of parts by what information you give them by actually measuring and or sending pictures. Maybe there's a less expensive way of doing it without compromising on safety? Would like for it to shut the flow of fuel off automatically if the engine were to shut down unexpectedly. Would have to be something that would function like the float in a gasoline carburetor? How do you know if you're dealing with a gas or liquid? Just some questions I have whether I mess with this thing or not.
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