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Briggs and Stratton 8000 Watt Generator

Briggs & Stratton 8000 Watt Generator

Briggs & Stratton Generator Engine

Briggs & Stratton 8000 Watt Generator

Briggs & Stratton manufactures small engines and outdoor power equipment. For 100 years, we've been building the engines that power the equipment people use to get the job done. That's the reason consumers look for the Briggs & Stratton brand when they shop for power equipment. Hurricanes. Ice storms. Wind storms. You've seen the after-effects, entire communities without power. A generator will ensure your family has the power needed when faced with unexpected outages. Two types of generators are available: portable generators and permanently installed home generator systems. Briggs & Stratton Elite Series products have heavy-duty components and features with a longer warranty to back them up. They perform tirelessly around the home, farm or on the job.
Powered by a Briggs & Stratton 2100 Series™ OHV engine for long life, high performance, and great fuel efficiency. Heavy-duty components and features also make this generator ideal for farm or jobsite use.
Produces up to 60% more surge wattage to start multiple motor-driven tools or appliances simultaneously.
Key Electric Start & Remote Choke - for fast, effortless starting from one central location.
7 Gallon Metal Fuel Tank - provides up to 9 hour run time @ 50% load.
Multi-Featured Control Panel - 4 - 120V Household Outlets 1 - 120/240V, 30A Locking Outlet Rubber Outlet Covers.
12" Never Go Flat Wheels - for all-terrain mobility
  • 10,000 Watts Surge/8,000 Watts Continuous
  • Four 120 volt AC outlets, one 120 volt 30 amp locking outlet
  • 7 gallon fuel tank with gauge provides up to 8 hour run time at 1/2 load.
  • Non-CARB compliant/Not for sale in California

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