Hello to all, I have 2 identical drash trailers and I'm wanting to parallel the two of them together. Both are 23kw Applied Companies generators (best I can tell) and they are set up to be able to run paralleled as they have electronic governors and parallel cable outlets. I just received a parallel cord but I'm not sure if this is all that will be required to make them work together. Although I'm very mechanical skilled my knowledge of electricity is very limited. I'm also wondering if once they are paralleled will I have to run an output from both generators to a distribution panel to achieve the combined output or will my gen A output be able to provide full power. What I'm attempting to do is have a temporary 3ph 60A service capable of running a large spot welder. The welder requires a 60a service which a single generator is capable of producing but due to the quick on/off load of the spot welder the single generator doesn't ramp up fast enough produce. I'm hoping with the 2 generators paralleled I will be able to do this. Any other advice on my situation would be welcomed.