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FORD FG11050PE 11050w Portable Generator

Item# 07187869000P | Model# FG11050PE | Added on October 9, 2015 |
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FORD FG11050PE 11050w Portable Generator
$1,449.95
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Melding a powerful 457cc, engine with a pro-grade alternator, the FG11050PE provides some of the greatest power in an intermediate generator in the market today. By adding push-button, electric start and a maintenance-free battery for convenience and operation, the FG11050PE offers, four 120V AC GFCI Outlets with LED indicators, one 120V AC (L5-30) twist-lock and one 120/240V AC (L14-30) twist-lock outlet to provide maximum power for up to four major appliances at one time. Including the M-Series features such as rubber outlet dust covers, in-sight fuel gauge and a digital hour meter, this unit is designed to operate for up to 10.5 hours at half load. Also included are no-flat tires with dual drop handles for greater portability along with engine oil and tools, and you have a workhorse generator that carries on the proud tradition of being “Built Ford Tough”.

  • Peak Watts: 11,050W
  • Rated Watts: 9000W
  • Displacement: 457cc
  • Noise level: 78 dBA
  • Low oil sensor
  • Electric & Recoil Start
  • TWO Duplex 120V 20A Outlet GFCI with LED (ON) Indicators
  • One 120V 30A Twist-Lock (NEMA L5-30)
  • One 120/240V AC 50A Twist-Lock Outlet (NEMA L14-50)
  • Automatic Voltage Regulator
  • Hour Meter
  • Rubber Outlet Dust Covers
  • Powder Coated Frame
  • Fold Down / Cushion Grip Handles
  • 10” No-Flat Tires
  • Zinc Plated Short Axles with Hitch-Pin
  • 6.6 Gallon Fuel Tank
  • 9.5 Hour Run Time @ 50% load
  • Fuel Gauge
  • Maintenance Free Battery
  • Includes: Battery, Spark Wrench, Combination Wrench, Phillips Screw Driver, Engine Oil & Funnel
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