Briggs and Stratton 5550 Watt Electric Generator

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I love this one for three reasons:

First, it's actually affordable. It's cheaper than Coleman, McCulloch, Mitsubishi, Yamaha, etc.

Secondly, while it's cheaper, it's hardly cheap. Briggs wisely added pneumatic wheels and selected an engine with a Dura-Bore cast iron sleeve.

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    I love this one for three reasons: First, it's actually affordable. It's cheaper than Coleman, McCulloch, Mitsubishi, Yamaha, etc. Secondly, while it's cheaper, it's hardly cheap. Briggs wisely added pneumatic wheels and selected an engine with a Dura-Bore cast iron sleeve. What's that? Cast iron is a much stronger material, which better resists wear and tear. Bottom line. It tends to last a lot longer. Finally, it has a seven (7) gallon gas tank. Most 5,000 watt generators have a 5 gallon tank. You'll definitely appreciate the difference when the gas tank doesn't go dry in the middle of the night.

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