When needing more power than my batteries can supply or charging batteries during cloudy winter weather I have been using a Honda EU3000iS generator. Have had it for eight trouble free years.
Have contemplated going with a Northern Lights or Kubota 6KW but do not use enough power to keep one loaded to the 80% power load for optimum running.
So I am thinking of running a second Honda EU3000iS to give me 6KW max with a 5.6KW continuous. Plenty of power and I could run a single generator for smaller loads.
Honda makes a parallel cord kit with power cords, grounds and a 50 amp single receptacle/breaker they will sell to me for $300.
Any issue with making one of those kits yourself?
Simple four banana plug in leads, spade ground wire ends, an electrical box, 50 amp breaker and receptacle.
Any pitfalls there?
Thanks for the wisdom......and opinions.