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Re: interested
Thanks, Steve. PM sent.

In Gear Swap » FS: Coleman Powermax Fuel
January 26, 10:33pm

Re: Powermax fuel
PM Sent.

In Gear Swap » FS: Coleman Powermax Fuel
January 26, 9:01pm

FS: Coleman Powermax Fuel (*** SOLD ***)
I recently sold my Coleman Xtreme stove and have several Powermax canisters available. $15 USD plus shipping for 4 unused 300g canisters plus 1 unused 170g canister. Cannot be shipped via air...

In Gear Swap » FS: Coleman Powermax Fuel
January 26, 5:40pm

FS: Coleman Exponent Xtreme Stove Package (*** SOLD ***)
For Sale as a complete package: 1 Coleman Exponent Xtreme Stove 2 Trail Maintenance Kits (wrench, jets, gaskets, fittings, etc.) 1 Snowpeak Trek 1400 1.4L Titanium Pot w/ Frypan Lid and Storag...

In Gear Swap » FS: Coleman Exponent Xtreme Stove Package
January 25, 10:50pm

Re: Simmerlite in Extreme Cold
Thanks, Roger. Yah, I hadn't even considered the O-rings! :-O I often hear that the XGK is better in extreme cold than the Simmerlite and I'm trying to understand why. Oh, by the ...

In Winter Hiking » Simmerlite in Extreme Cold
January 19, 9:29pm

Simmerlite in Extreme Cold
Hi All- I was wondering if anybody had experience with the MSR Simmerlite Stove in extreme cold conditions -- less than -30F (-34C). Any problems? Limitations? Advice? Thanks, -Mike

In Winter Hiking » Simmerlite in Extreme Cold
January 19, 5:30pm

Re: Avatar Contest!
Roger wrote: >> Can I enter? That depends... This is a family forum. Is your Avatar fully clothed now? ;-)

In Chaff » Avatar Contsest!
January 18, 11:56pm

Re: Winter stove base
Cut the bottoms off of three soda cans. For a heavy pot, use 24oz Heineken or Fosters cans.

In GEAR » Winter stove base
January 18, 11:53pm

Re: Gas canister use in cold
A couple of notes: 1) bear in mind that n-butane and iso-butane have different boiling points. I don't recall which variety Snowpeak and MSR use, but a lot of n-butane in the mix would be b...

In Make Your Own Gear » Gas canister use in cold
January 17, 12:00pm

Re: WTB: Granite Gear Vapor Trail pack
I have a size regular black/sage one in pristine condition. $90 plus shipping. Please PM me if you'd like more info. Cheers, -Mike M

In Gear Swap » WTB: Granite GearVapor Trail
January 15, 3:54pm

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Backpacking Light Ti Esbit stove
If you just bend the arms up slightly, it will support a Heineken Pot cleanly.

In Stoves - Other
May 26, 3:06pm