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I live in New Jersey and as I write this instructable on October 28, 2012, we are about to be pounded by hurricane Sandy, To keep my sump ...
As I mentioned before, the generator needs to be protected from the rain. It should be able to breathe. The cover should be beefy enough to stay on ...
I used a 24" X 32" X 0.5" plywood as the top. Rest of the structure of the housing would be attached to the top. I still had ...
I cut pieces of plywood as per the design. I used three pre-fabricated louvered vents (sold in Lowes and Home Depot for $1.50 a piece.) I cut the ...
The rear panel is smaller than rest of the panels because it used on the exhaust side and I wanted the exhaust fumes to go out with very ...
In this step I attached all four panels to the top panel using 1" deck screws. I ran out of plywood so you will see that I used ...
I will secure the housing on the generator by wrapping it with a bungee chord to stop it from being blown away by strong winds. What happens next, ...
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