For those of you who have a gasoline-powered generator and have thought about adding the capability of propane and/or natural gas (while retaining the capability to run regular pump gasoline as well), US Carburetion has released an improved conversion kit for almost any generator motor on the market. They do have a regular web site, but also offer their products on ebay. Below is a link to their ebay page. Check the make and model # of your generator's motor to make sure you order the correct kit. Although they're a little more expensive, I recommend their New & Improved kits. There are NO returns for the old-style 'obsolete' kits they're still selling, and the new kits are much more efficient. They are currently offering greatly reduced prices on all of the conversion kits, so if you want one, now is the time to buy it. http://www.ebay.com/sme/uscarbureti...fType=SaleAndClearence&_trksid=p2047675.m2197 * You will also need the accessory kit to connect to your propane fuel source. (These accessory kits are also currently on sale now). NPSK-12 Propane FUEL HOSE ACCESSORY KIT FOR PROPANE GENERATORS http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-5...0001&campid=5336136228&icep_item=251908165900 The kit above comes with a 12' hose … for few $ less, you can get the kit with a 6' hose NPSK-6 Propane FUEL HOSE ACCESSORY KIT FOR PROPANE GENERATORS http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-5...0001&campid=5336136228&icep_item=261508667307 They mention that the hose supplied with the NPSK kit is not suitable for connection to your stationary natural gas system for motors that are more than 5 HP. I sent them a question to find out what type of hose should be used for the connection … will update this thread when they supply the answer. NOTE: Some items that are current on sale end in shortly, so if you're thinking about doing this conversion, you might want to go check it out soon.