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Sweet Spot 1.25" for clean boil
This is a quote from Gary Dunkel: Re: Tri Wing Mod Posted 04/15/2015 19:11:42 MDT by Gary Dunckel (Zia-Grill-Guy) Yes, Cliff, I have cloned several BGETs using Brian's instructions, and...

In GEAR » Esbit burner testing
June 11, 5:52am

Re: Re: Re: high-temp adhesive
Carbon felt does not do well in direct flame and constant exposure in close proximity of red hot coals. This is my personal experience. Carbon felt was made for welding operations and plumber's...

In Make Your Own Gear » Carbon Felt Pot Holder
June 10, 1:05pm

Re: Imusa handle
Apply carbon felt to it. It's really a good way to insulate. I may get one of those Imusa grease pots today just for the heck of it. Yah, like I need another pot ;)

In SuperUltraLight (SUL) Backpacking Discussion » UL winter cook kit
June 10, 10:52am

Re: high-temp adhesive
Comes on a roll. 2 sided tape. I have plans to make available(July) the carbon felt with it applied. 2" wide strips x 12"

In Make Your Own Gear » Carbon Felt Pot Holder
June 10, 8:52am

Re: Re: Re: Al Durability
The photo of your pots makes me think the same amount of fuel heated a lot more aluminum than the Ti. The Imusa gives a lot more for your buck. Has more capacity and large handle, plus you get the ...

In SuperUltraLight (SUL) Backpacking Discussion » UL winter cook kit
June 10, 8:46am

Re: Al Durability
I'll take aluminum over Ti any day :-) I get faster boils with it. 10 and 12 centimeter Imusa mugs are popular. For melting snow, the Companion Burner is nice with wood burning stoves like ...

In SuperUltraLight (SUL) Backpacking Discussion » UL winter cook kit
June 09, 9:36pm

Re: What is your cook kit for 2?
Jeremy, what have you come up with since February? I use a 32 ounce Conquistador pot with a caldera cone. The pot has a stainless steel wire bail and is insulated on the upper portion of the pot...

In SuperUltraLight (SUL) Backpacking Discussion » What is your cook kit for 2?
June 09, 7:20pm

Re: Imusa (Al) vs Evernew teapot (Ti)
Nice to be able to do testing :-) Give us your best guess at how long the Imusa would last with normal backpacking usage, a lifetime????

In SuperUltraLight (SUL) Backpacking Discussion » UL winter cook kit
June 09, 7:13pm

Re: Re: What problem is being solved?
Rene, all your problems have ceased to exist. Your set-up is working well for you. Mine is working well for me: The felt insulator/pot grabber ring is attached by a 100% coverage of high temp...

In Make Your Own Gear » Carbon Felt Pot Holder
June 09, 6:51pm

Re: Re: Pot halfway out?
Nick, good info on your site...thanks. I found it interesting what Abela said about switching out the Tri-Wing shortly after using it: A quote from +John Abela HikeLighter.Com http://hikeli...

In GEAR » Esbit burner testing
June 08, 10:05pm

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