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Briggs and Stratton 6030A Cold Weather Generator Kit
Model#: BGSN6030A
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Briggs and Stratton 6030A Cold Weather Generator Kit

Model#: BGSN6030A
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Permanent Protection from a Proven Performer.
Equip your generator to run at its best in colder climates and areas with the Briggs and Stratton Cold Weather Kit.
Features:
  • Recommended for Briggs and Stratton's 7kW to 20kW Standby Home Generators
  • Eliminates the need for external 120V wiring by plugging directly into the generator
  • Thermostatically controlled to turn on when temperatures drop below 40 degrees F
  • Prevents battery freezes to help with starting in colder temperatures
  • Built-in oil heater keeps oil warm to provide instant lubrication to the engine and extend engine life
Includes:
  • Oil Heater
  • Battery Warmer

Specifications

Shipping Weight: 0.85 lbs.

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    Can I use this product with my new Eaton 10kw generator? It has a GT-530 580cc Twin Briggs and Stratton engine. Will the plug connectors fit and work with my Eaton generator. Where does the oil heater attach to the engine?
    Asked on 12/1/2012 by cam from Northern Vermont

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