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    Mostly Harmless Hoovooloo's Avatar
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    Re: coleman dual fuel single burner stove

    I found a couple for sale on ebay... no affiliation... I own one and love it. I've had mine about 30 yrs.
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    Re: coleman dual fuel single burner stove


    I've had this stove for a long time. I no longer camp with it on the bike as it's too big and too heavy. I went with an alcohol stove instead about 4 years ago. But it is a GREAT stove.

    Here is a tip I picked up somewhere. That Dual Fuel Coleman fits PERFECTLY INSIDE A FOLGERS PLASTIC COFFEE CAN! No joke. Like the can was custom made for the stove. The indentations in the can even surround the pump valve to protect it. It's unreal. Try it! You'll thank me.

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    Re: coleman dual fuel single burner stove

    That is exactly what what i use , same brand and color!
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    just another Saddle Tramp Dusty Boots's Avatar
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    Re: coleman dual fuel single burner stove

    I've had a lot of white gas stoves over my years (mostly MSR) but sold them all except for this one.
    The 'on board' gas tank is perfect for my use for a long weekend of use, simmers very well and is comparatively very quiet. (for a white gas stove)

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