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Model #GEN7000LP

7,000/6,000-Watt Propane Gas Powered Electric Start Portable Generator

  • Ideal for camping and running appliances during power outages
  • Propane fuel produces up to 40% lower carbon monoxide emissions
  • Engine runtime of 8 hours at 50% on a 20 lb. gas cylinder
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Price:
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Product Overview

For unprecedented power and versatility, look no further than this 7,000/6,000-Watt Propane Gas Powered Electric Start Portable Generator. Each generator is perfect for powering household appliances and emergency power. The included four 120-volt outlets and 12-volt DC outlet provides plenty of charging power for all of your household items. Perfect for camping trips and tailgating parties.
  • Easy to transport and maneuver when the included wheel kit is installed
  • 120-Volt 50 Amp/240-Volt 25 Amp operation
  • Uses a standard gas grill-style LPG tank like the ones sold and refilled at The Home Depot
  • 13 HP, 4-stroke OHV, recoil start engine delivers maximum performance
  • Runs on clean, quiet and efficient liquid propane gas (LPG), so you never have to worry about bad gasoline fouling the engine
  • 6000 running watt/7000 surge watt
  • High altitude use: this generator is not recommended for high altitude use above 3,000 ft.
  • LPG propane tank is not included
  • Features air-cooled design, AVR (automatic voltage regulation), low-oil shutoff, spark arrestor, full power panel, engine shutoff switch and overload protected outlets
  • Electric and recoil start; battery for electric start not included
  • Includes four 120-Volt GFCI outlets, one 120/240-Volt outlet and one 12-Volt DC outlet
  • Runtime equal to 8 hours at 50% load per 20 lbs. of LPG fuel
  • Decibel rating of less than 80 dB for quiet operation
  • A 12-Volt motorcycle battery no larger than 7-1/4 in. L x 6-1/2 in. L x 3 in. W is required for electric start
  • Ideal battery required is 7-1/8 in. L x 6 in. H x 3 in. W, 130 minimum CCA (cold cranking amps)
  • 30 Amp outlet
  • 5 ft. regulator hose is included in box
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Ratings
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Engine MakeOEM BrandedOEM BrandedOEM BrandedOEM Branded
CA (CARB) CompliantNot CARB CompliantNot CARB CompliantCARB CompliantNot CARB Compliant
Running Wattage6000600083006250
FeaturesAuto Idle Control,Automatic Voltage Regulation,Dual Fuel,Electric Start,Extended Handles,Fuel Gauge,GFCI Outlet(s),Low Oil Shutdown,Muffler,On/Off Switch,Overload Protection,Resettable Circuit Breaker,Short Circuit ProtectionAutomatic Voltage Regulation,Electric Start,Extended Handles,Low Oil Shutdown,Muffler,On/Off Switch,Overload Protection,Resettable Circuit Breaker,Short Circuit ProtectionAutomatic Voltage Regulation,Built-in Fuel Gauge,Built-in Hour Meter,Dual Fuel,Electric Start,Extended Handles,Fuel Gauge,GFCI Outlet(s),Hour Meter,LCD Display,Low Oil Shutdown,Muffler,Overload ProtectionAutomatic Voltage Regulation,Built-in Fuel Gauge,Built-in Hour Meter,Dual Fuel,Electric Start,Fuel Gauge,Hour Meter,Low Oil Shutdown,On/Off Switch,Overload Protection,Replaceable Battery,Resettable Circuit Breaker
Fuel TechnologyDual FuelSingle FuelDual FuelDual Fuel
Starting Wattage75007000110007750
ApplicationJob Site,RecreationCampsite,Emergency Use,Home Standby,Job Site,Recreation,TailgatingEmergency Use,Job Site,RecreationHome Standby,Job Site,Recreation
Start TypeElectric Switch,Recoil StartElectric Switch,Recoil StartElectric Switch,Recoil StartElectric Switch,Recoil Start
Voltage (volts)240120/240120240
Number of Outlets7676
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Height (in.)
21.75
Product Length (in.)
29.5
Product Width (in.)
20.5

Details

Application
Campsite,Emergency Use,Home Standby,Job Site,Recreation,Tailgating
CA (CARB) Compliant
Not CARB Compliant
Color Family
Green
Engine Displacement (cc)
389
Engine Make
OEM Branded
Features
Automatic Voltage Regulation,Electric Start,Extended Handles,Low Oil Shutdown,Muffler,On/Off Switch,Overload Protection,Resettable Circuit Breaker,Short Circuit Protection
Fuel Tank Capacity (gallons)
100
Fuel Technology
Single Fuel
Full load fuel consumption (gallons/hour)
1
Half-Load Run Time
8
Horsepower (hp)
13 hp
Included
Wheel Kit
Number of Outlets
6
Operational Volume (dB)
79.5
Outlet Type
120V 25A,240V 25A
Power/Fuel Type
Propane
Product Weight (lb.)
171
Returnable
30-Day
Running Wattage
6000
Start Type
Electric Switch,Recoil Start
Starting Wattage
7000
Suggested Uses
Battery Charger,Bench Tools,Halogen Work Light,Large Appliances,Lights,Mobile Devices,Power Tools,RV A/C Unit,Small Appliances,Small Electronics,Sump Pump,Well Pump
Voltage (volts)
120/240

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
EPA Approved
Manufacturer Warranty
1 Year Limited

Questions & Answers

268Questions22Answers

Does it have 220 volt connection

Asked by Bob November 7, 2020
3
Answers

No, It has two 120volt AC outlets and one 12volt DC connection...It is not a 220volt generator.

Does it come with a battery? If not, how do I get one?

Asked by Duane October 13, 2020
0
Answers

What is the weight empty of fuel?

Asked by Jane September 28, 2020
2
Answers

Shipping weight is 184 pounds. It is a propane generator so fuel is separate and not included in the weight.

how long will generator run before it freezes a 20lb propane tank

Asked by JB August 21, 2020
2
Answers

I haven't had any issues with freezing during warm weather power outages. I cannot speak to the winter time.

when it says:" electric start", do I still need to pull a cord to start? or just press a switch...

Asked by Lolin August 18, 2020
4
Answers

Turn your propane on on both the propane tank and the generator. Close the choke and press the switch to start. Once generator starts just open the choke and it should be good to go. Don't forget to check the oil each and every time before starting the generator.

Where can I find a replacement carburetor for this generator?

Asked by Bill July 13, 2020
1
Answer

WWW.GENERATORGURU.COM or call in to customer service of Buffalo tools at 636 532 9888

Can you use both 240 and 120 outlets at the same time?

Asked by Mitch June 2, 2020
3
Answers

Yes you can. You are just want to make sure that you are staying within the wattage range.

What Brand battery is compatible?

Asked by LOJO January 19, 2020
2
Answers

(A 12 Volt motorcycle battery no larger than 7 1/4" length, 6 1/2" height, and 3" width is required for electric start of this generator. (The ideal battery required is 7 1/8” L x 6” H x 3’W, 130 Min CCA Cold Cranking Amps)

we need a replacement carburetor for Sportsman 6500 watt generator

Asked by Barbara January 8, 2020
3
Answers

Call their 800 number. I needed a part and they shipped it out straighht away.

can this be set up to automatically turn on when power goes out? if hooked up to house propane tank

Asked by sh December 5, 2019
2
Answers

Cannot be safely connected and used as a whole home generator.

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Customer Reviews

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  • 87% recommend this product
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I really like the fact that the Sportsman Generator is propane and that i don't have to mess with...
I really like the fact that the Sportsman Generator is propane and that i don't have to mess with gas. I use this generator to charge my RV batteries while camping. This generator is quiet. With the 30 amp plug i can even run my air conditioner.
by Hideout
2 people found this helpful
We bought this generator for our travel trailer so we can make rest stops on long trips without h...
We bought this generator for our travel trailer so we can make rest stops on long trips without having to hook up at a campsite. It has plenty power to run our generator and refrigerator. It's quieter than expected and light enough that one person can load and unload it. We have two 40 pound LP tanks on the trailer so there is plenty propane on board when we need it. There is a huge benefit to not needing to drain gasoline from the tank and lines when not in use. We would definitely recommend this to anyone wanting a quiet and low maintenance generator.
by Patrick
11 people found this helpful
Previously, we have always purchased gasoline powered generators, as we have always had a place t...
Previously, we have always purchased gasoline powered generators, as we have always had a place to store the gasoline cans safely that is not inside our garage. When we moved into town, with no outside storage space, we studied and reviewed propane generators for several weeks. Propane tanks are much easier to handle than gas cans, and the propane generators are slightly quieter. (Not a lot, but just a little.) The Sportsman4,000-Watt Clean Burning LPG Propane Gas Powered Portable Generator with RV Outlet fits our needs perfectly. It's RV ready, and we can store propane tanks safely inside the garage. When we go camping, my husband can lift it into our truck with no problem. If our power is out due to a storm, it can easily power our refrigerator and a few lights. I would recommend this generator.
by gardeningfan
13 people found this helpful
We had no problems getting the unit running. The instruction card was simple to understand. It ...
We had no problems getting the unit running. The instruction card was simple to understand. It started on the third or fourth pull and runs very steady and surprisingly quiet for an inexpensive unit. I will only give it 4 stars since the metal top covers where dinged a bit, I suspect at the factory since it came double boxed with not visible damage. This was easy to take out with a mallet so no big deal.
by Bob
3 people found this helpful
I have a 500 gallon buried propane tank and wanted to be ready for the next Florida hurricane. M...
I have a 500 gallon buried propane tank and wanted to be ready for the next Florida hurricane. My old generator was gasoline and having to find, haul and store lots of gasoline before a storm is a pain. Cranking on the old pull start was also not fun. So I purchased the 7000 watt Propane Sportsman generator with key start. After receiving the generator I purchased the oil and battery (not included) for about $100. Then, I had my propane gas company install a new regulator on the house ($250). Assembly was not bad. All went smooth and generator started on 2nd or 3rd try. The directions are not the best and should be re-done. I am happy with the generator and am ready for the next hurricane. For the money, it is good insurance and worth considering this one.
by JupiterKeith
10 people found this helpful
Excellent Product
I purchased this generator to use on our houseboat. I did a lot of research on safety and feel that I have a a safe set-up. I couldn't believe the price but it was the reviews that sold me on the product. Most negative reviews came from some issues with shipping damage. I was fortunate not to have any. The generator started on the second pull. It runs great. The sound was louder than anticipated (68 dB). I built a sound suppressing box with fan and exhaust ports that has greatly reduced the noise to the range of a Honda EU2000 inverter generator (53 dB) and it is a far cheaper system. I purchased a Fairview RV Camper LP / Propane 2 Stage Gas Regulator, that automatically changes over from an empty to full tank. I can run the generator the entire weekend without having to change out my propane tanks (10 hour run time at 50% load on a common 20 lb. LPG cylinder). I like the benefits of using propane over gas (Propane burns cleaner than gas engines and carbon monoxide emissions run up to 40% lower). Be sure to have your propane tanks filled instead of exchanging tanks (Exchange tanks are not filled to the maximum legal limit, 20lb tanks often contain only 15lb of fuel). I love having the 120-Volt RV plug. I purchased a Marine 30 amp female to 30 amp male 125v Shore Power Pigtail Boat & RV Adapter that allows me to connect to my 30 amp shore power cord. There are two additional 120-Volt and one 12-Volt DC outlet that allows me to even charge a spare battery. This unit powers our A/C unit on our houseboat and refrigerator along with my boat systems with no problems.
by Michael413
22 people found this helpful
Best generator purchase
Love this generator,, clean LPG, no smell during storage, easy to operate/start. Little heavier than expected, but when the power went out, for over 5 hours, it ran most of the house power needs. Just one note. wished the power cord was 5 feet longer
by fred
11 people found this helpful
Not a very Reliable Model
When I received this unit it would not start so I call the 800 number and they were not helpful. I discovered on my own that the choke butterfly valve was interfering with the air cleaner filter and not opening up all of the way. I fixed and the unit worked good the first time I used it. The second time I used it one of the internal control panel components fried (I think it was a capacitor). The engine continued to run fine, but the generator was not putting out any electricity.
by CLB
6 people found this helpful
Good purchase for the price and portability
Add 220 to produce the perfect emergency generator
by BenG
7 people found this helpful
A sound investment !
Well I needed a new generator for my Truck Camper , as it is an older unit the A/C draws 20 amps and was too big for my other generator ! So after some shopping I decided too go with Propane instead of the cheaper gas models , I am so happy that I did , I have only placed about 4 hours on it so far . The unit seems too be everything they said it was . I Love it ,,, Ken
by Charlie
15 people found this helpful
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