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    Re: coleman dual fuel single burner stove

    I have had an MSR International for over 15 years and has been one of the best investments I ever made. I attached a link for you to take a look. It will burn almost anything!

    Chris

    http://www.campmor.com/outdoor/gear/Product___87723

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    Re: coleman dual fuel single burner stove

    I picked one of these up... if you compare it to the 442, it's actually a bit smaller....but works well.

    http://www.campmor.com/outdoor/gear/Product___85210

    Last October in Kings Canyon, I think I counted 7 riders and 10 stoves???

    ....there's just something about a motocamper and their stove....


    Um..... what exactly is this guy doing??? --->


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    Re: coleman dual fuel single burner stove

    Quote Originally Posted by dmulk View Post
    I picked one of these up... if you compare it to the 442, it's actually a bit smaller....but works well.

    http://www.campmor.com/outdoor/gear/Product___85210

    Last October in Kings Canyon, I think I counted 7 riders and 10 stoves???

    ....there's just something about a motocamper and their stove....


    Um..... what exactly is this guy doing??? --->


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    It looks a bit more compact on the legs but other than that it lookks like my feather 400 stove. 21 years old and it still works great.

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    Re: coleman dual fuel single burner stove

    The red, plastic can that Folger's coffee comes in makes a perfect case for these dual fuel Coleman stoves.
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    Re: coleman dual fuel single burner stove

    [quote=G wizz;24588]
    Quote Originally Posted by dmulk View Post


    Um..... what exactly is this guy doing??? --->


    Ya think he's alone ... or somones in there with him ???
    Sadly if a motocamper he is most likely alone .
    I see a few dual riders but they are rare
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    Re: coleman dual fuel single burner stove

    Just a FYI if someone wants to go in a a stove . not mine I just was looking and found it
    I dont need one but if you guys go in not a bad price for a stove

    http://cgi.ebay.com/Case-of-4-Colema...item5637d3cb1b

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    Re: coleman dual fuel single burner stove

    Quote Originally Posted by dmulk View Post
    I picked one of these up... if you compare it to the 442, it's actually a bit smaller....but works well.

    http://www.campmor.com/outdoor/gear/Product___85210

    Last October in Kings Canyon, I think I counted 7 riders and 10 stoves???

    ....there's just something about a motocamper and their stove....


    Um..... what exactly is this guy doing??? --->


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    I believe George carries at least 3 penny stoves.

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    Re: coleman dual fuel single burner stove

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    I believe George carries at least 3 penny stoves.
    Bob (AZDesertRider), too. He finally convinced me to take one, now I need to find a Heineken drinker so I can start making them. I got a 99 pint of fuel at Wally's

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    Re: coleman dual fuel single burner stove

    Quote Originally Posted by motomac View Post
    I believe George carries at least 3 penny stoves.
    George 'Katt Man' is the penny stove champion of the world. He gave me one down at Ft Davis, but the deer (or pigs) got in my tent & chewed it up. Go figure? I've been knocking down a couple of 6-packs of Heineken every day & saving the cans for the Katt.
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    Re: coleman dual fuel single burner stove

    So, now we know George's Heineken can supplier....

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